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My First Book of Time (DK Games) (edition 1992)

by Claire Llewellyn (Author)

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Explains how to tell time and discusses such aspects of time as day and night, days of the week, and months of the year. Includes a fold-out clock face for practice.
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Title:My First Book of Time (DK Games)
Authors:Claire Llewellyn (Author)
Info:DK Children (1992), Edition: 1, 32 pages
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All aspects of time are covered in a straight forward manner geared to a child's understanding. The book covers subjects from the flow of time in seasons and days and years, to the measurement of time in clocks and watches. The text is accompanied by photographs, top class, as I've come to expect from books published by DK. They are crisp and bright, full of children of all different ethnicities.

A great book to introduce kids to the subject of time. The text is easy to understand, the pictures draw the reader in, and the authors included suggestions for activities and games that children can participate in to further their understanding of the subject. Provocative questions invite the readers to think about time at a deeper level. When it comes to children's nonfiction, DK is always first choice. ( )
  nmhale | Oct 26, 2010 |
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