3 edition of One to Ten (Toddlers Counting Books) found in the catalog.
|Statement||Autumn Publishing Ltd|
|Publishers||Autumn Publishing Ltd|
|LC Classifications||February 1, 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 65 p. :|
|Number of Pages||40|
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by Pat Hutchins This is such a perfect book! Definitely a keeper for the next year. Teaching numbers and counting is so much fun with children's books! Packed with puzzles, coloring, stickers and much, much more, it's brain-twistingly brilliant!
Every child starts to count at their own pace, so you might find that the book's just right for a child a bit older or younger than this. Help Zanele see numbers and count along in this fun early maths book. But as his wife and children join him, we count up to 10. Both my Two and Four liked this one.by Richard Scarry If you are looking for a quick read, this will not be it. 5 really loved this book. we're sorry but this gifter's name is too short for us ;- ","gifterNameTooLong":"Sorry, that gifter's name is too long - are you using only first names?
Both my Two and Four liked this one.
Thank you again, Susan […] We also still read counting books.
The die cut holes in the pages make it easy for kids to count along.