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My Very First Book of Numbers by Eric Carle

My Very First Book of Numbers

by Eric Carle

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This board book, designed for young readers, allows children to match number squares with the same quantity of fruit. With the pages divided in the center, readers can choose any number on the top half of the page and then find the corresponding picture of fruit on the bottom half of the page. Children will have fun matching numbers with the various colorfully illustrated fruits. ( )
  jfe16 | May 16, 2018 |
a fun book introducing numbers with visual representations
1 book
  TUCC | Jun 2, 2017 |
  SteppLibrary | Mar 3, 2017 |
My Very First Book of Numbers, by Eric Carle, is an educational read for toddlers and preschoolers. The book offers colorful illustrations which helps the reader follow along and count the objects. Aside from counting/math skills, the fruit illustrations on each page offer an increase in vocabulary as well as recognition of these objects. It is a fun interactive read for both the child and the adult participating. ( )
  Laurwhit94 | Nov 23, 2015 |
3Q, 4P
This is a very interactive book, with bright colorful illustrations. Encourages movement through pages and offers practice in basic number skills. I think this is appropriate for young toddlers to grow with as they learn and practice numbers.

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  daisyacg | Apr 12, 2012 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 039924509X, Board book)

Can you tell how many cherries there are? How many apples? In the brilliantly colorful My Very First Book of Numbers, children can find the number of fruits in the bottom half of a page that matches the number of boxes and numerals in the top half. In My Very First Book of Words, children can match the picture in the bottom half with the word in the top half. Which one is the car? Which one is the fish? Only you can match them. Children will love solving the puzzles of these clever, vibrant books.

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Upper and lower halves of divided pages can be turned separately, to match numbers with pictures.

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