A is for alley. . . D is for dump. . . L is for laundromat. . . O is for overpass. . . ."" A to Z, a pedestrian catalog of the city indeed, though striving for the same exuberance as Sandy Grant's Hey Look at Me. . . A City ABC. The concept of teaching the alphabet through environment-related words (in this case, including newsstand, rooftop and vendor) is not new, and both the captions -- ""Buildings and skylights/ Windows and rows./ Who's behind them?/ Nobody knows"" -- and well composed but muddy photos fail to communicate any flesh viewpoint of the familiar cityscape. Additional.