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1 Is for One

by Nadia Wheatley

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Rhyming text and illustrations follow numbers from one to ten through changing situations in three progressively smaller books.
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This counting book is a diminutive eye-opener to the recursive style that math & language share in echo of the infinite. It is 1 himself, lean, tall & svelt in his blue bow tie, who opens the work by juggling a few digits. Later, 8 sits at dinner but "leaves peas on his plate." A palm-size book in an envelope on the inside back cover continues the tale. But wait! A third book, the size of a postage stamp, is tucked into the smaller book.
  jhawn | Jul 31, 2017 |
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