18 Results
18 Results
Over, under & through and other spatial concepts. —Hoban, Tana.

Photographs demonstrate the spatial concepts expressed in twelve words such as around, across, between, against, and behind.

What will fit? —Lin, Grace, author, illustrator.

"Olivia searches the farmers market for something that will fill her basket. The apple is too small, and the zucchini is too long. What will fit just right? Engages young children in the math of spatial sense."-- Provide...

Up to my knees! —Lin, Grace, author, illustrator.

"Mei plants a seed and watches it grow. Soon the little plant is up to her toes, then her knees, then her waist. How tall will it get? Engages young children in exploring informal measurement."-- Provided by publisher.

Over under —Jocelyn, Marthe.

The concept of opposites, such as big and small, up and down, inside and outside, are illustrated through bold paper cuts and colorful animal characters.

In front of my house —Dubuc, Marianne, 1980-

A child explores the world around his home and fills it with characters from the stories and fables he knows.

Blue sea —Kalan, Robert.

Several fishes of varying size introduce space relationships and size differences.

Usha and the Big Digger —Knight, Amitha Jagannath, author.

"Sisters Usha and Aarti, and cousin Gloria, see different things in the stars - a Big Dipper, a Big Digger, and a Big Kite - in this introduction to geometry and spatial relationships."--Provided by publisher.

Is it red? Is it yellow? Is it blue? : an adventure in color —Hoban, Tana.

Illustrations and brief text introduce colors and the concepts of shape, quantity, and direction.

나나 와 뭉치 Nana wa Mungch'i —조 미희, author. —Cho, Mi-hŭi, author.

The cute dog Bundle wants to play only with the uppity cat Nana.

Blue sea —Kalan, Robert.

Several fishes of varying size introduce space relationships and size differences.

Apollo —Grégoire, Caroline.

The owner of a dachshund describes how adorable, obedient, and clever his dog is from all sides and in all directions.

In the space of the sky —Lewis, Richard, 1935-

A child's poetic view of the world--from the surrounding space of the natural world to the inner world of dreams.

Lejos, cerca-- dónde están? —Jäntti, Mariana.

Francisco is full of questions about the places he is familiar with, those that he has heard of, and where they are in relation to one another.

El baúl de mis paseos : un libro sobre nociones espaciales —Cinetto, Liliana, 1967- author.

Young readers take a rhyming stroll through the beach, the zoo, the park, the circus, and even the movie theater, in order to learn about spatial relationships and position words. Authentic-Argentina.

Blue sea —Kalan, Robert.