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Counting on fall —Flatt, Lizann, author.

Journey into the natural world in the fall and discover that numbers, patterns, shapes -- and much more! -- can be found by observing everyday plants and animals.

Here we are : book of numbers —Jeffers, Oliver, author, illustrator.

A spectacular concept board book from world-renowned artist Oliver Jeffers, based on his million-copy selling, global phenomenon Here We Are!

My first busy book —Carle, Eric, author, illustrator.
Text (board Book)
2015
Availability: 7 of 9

This board book features shapes, colors, numbers, animals, and sounds, all with Eric Carle's classic artwork. It also includes a page with a mirror, textures, and a flap to lift.

Ten timid ghosts —O'Connell, Jennifer Barrett.

A witch tries to scare ten ghosts out of the haunted house where they live, but in the end, they play a trick on her.

1001 things to spot long ago —Doherty, Gillian.

Historic scenes in which children are encouraged to search for various hidden items.

1 2 3 cats —Newman, Lesléa, author.

"Cat Number One has nothing to do ... Until she makes friends with Cat Number Two. Meet cats from one to a dozen in this adorable board book introduction to counting with a feline twist."--Provided by publisher.

Dinnertime! —Williams, Sue, 1948-

One by one, six little rabbits escape a hungry fox.

Math for all seasons —Tang, Greg.

Find mind-stretching math riddles and problems with a twist that will exercise your brain. Makes math a blast throughout the whole year.

Out on the prairie : a Canadian counting book —Taylor, Cora.

"An adaptation of the familiar rhyme 'Over in the Meadow.' Beautiful illustrations and flowing lyrics will inspire children to sing, read, or count their way across the prairie" Cf. Our choice, 2003.

How tall was a T. Rex? —Limentani, Alison, author, illustrator.

"Have you ever wondered what a T. rex was really like? How tall was it? How much did it eat? Did it have scales or feathers? Find out lots of fascinating facts in this brilliant exploration of the world's scariest dinosa...

Give the dog a bone —Kellogg, Steven.

A variation on the familiar song, "This Old Man," in which an increasing number of dogs look for treats.

Let's count the puppies —Kunhardt, Katharine.

Photographs of Labrador retriever puppies playing and eating help the reader learn to count to ten.

Frogs jump : a counting book —Brooks, Alan, 1957-

Illustrations provide humorous interpretations of the actions of animals from one frog to twelve whales.

Ten, nine, eight —Bang, Molly.

Numbers from ten to one are part of this lullaby which observes the room of a little girl going to bed.

The 100 hats of the Cat in the Hat : all about the number 100 —Rabe, Tish, author.

"The Cat in the Hat celebrates the 100th Day of School and explains how to count, add, subtract, multiply, and divide the number 100."-- Provided by publisher.

On the launch pad : a counting book about rockets —Dahl, Michael.

A countdown from twelve to one as a space shuttle awaits liftoff.

Over in the meadow —Keats, Ezra Jack.

An old nursery poem introduces animals and their young and the numbers one through ten.

Animal 123 : one to ten and back again

After Rabbit drops the birthday card he is delivering, different animals try to get his attention and lead him back to where he dropped the card. On board pages.

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