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Let's Count

by Tana Hoban

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This book count one to fifteen, twenty, thirty, forty, fifty, and one hundred. They show picture how many items.
Source: Pierce College Library
Age: 1-3 ( )
1 vote Yuna0130 | Nov 5, 2013 |
This book is a simple counting book. Each page has a number on it. It includes the number (1), the spelling (one), and dots to represent the number. The page next to the number has that amount of objects. For example, next to the number one, there is one chicken. Next to the number two, there are two ice cream cones, and so on.
There was one thing that was not ideal about this book. After 15, it skips to 20, then after that, it skips to 30, then counts in tens until 50, then skips to 100. It doesn't seem like the ideal way to teach counting, and reading this could confuse children. ( )
1 vote rrossi1 | Oct 8, 2013 |
A book about counting. ages 3 to 5
  timazon | Jun 6, 2013 |
A book about counting with interesting photographs showing numbers of objects to match counting sequences.
Source: Pierce County Library (Lakewood)
Ages: 5-8
  caseyannc76 | May 9, 2013 |
“Over twenty-five years ago, Tana Hoban stunned the children’s book world with her innovative black-and white photographs in Count and See. Now she returns to the subject, and her glorious full-color pictures add a new dimension to the excitement and fun of counting when numbers are still fresh and something to be mastered.” (Amazon Summary)
  yunlee | Mar 12, 2013 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0688160085, Hardcover)

Over twenty-five years ago Tana Hoban stunned the children's book world with her innovative black-and-white photographs in Count and See.

Now she returns to the subject, and her glorious full-color pictures add a new dimension to the excitement and fun of counting when numbers are still fresh and something to be mastered.

From one to one hundred -- Let's Count!

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Photographs and dots introduce the numbers one to one hundred.

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