Out in the meadow, ten cuddly friends play a game of hide and seek. Bear is It, and one by one he finds his playmates in their hiding places in the meadow. Once found, each friend joins Bear in the hunt for the others. Finally, all the animals have been found except for one-Mouse. But it is getting late and soon it will be bedtime. Where can Mouse have gone? John Butler's simple, charming story features a playful, rhyming text and soft, pastel-colored illustrations of fluffy, bright-eyed baby animals. Readers will be delighted each time an animal friend is found, whether up a tree or hiding in the tall, green grass in this irresistible read-aloud story perfect for sharing at bedtime or anytime.
I Know Numbers! by Taro Gomi
Call Number: QA113 .G6613 2017
Publication Date: 2017-09-05
How do we love numbers? Let us count the ways: They're on street signs and bus stops, featured on phones, thermometers, chalkboards, and scales. They show the time and the date, and help us to measure distance, sizing, and so much more. This spirited picture book by beloved author-illustrator Taro Gomi will charm and inform the youngest of readers, offering them a unique--and useful--look at a key concept we count on.
Octopuses One to Ten by Ellen Jackson; Robin Page (Illustrator)
Call Number: QA113 .J32 2016
Publication Date: 2016-09-27
Dive into this fascinating counting journey through the amazing and mysterious world of octopuses. Everyone knows octopuses have eight arms. But did you know that they have three hearts and nine brains? This intriguing exploration of octopuses goes through numbers one to ten, with a snappy rhyme and fascinating octopus facts for each number. The book also includes octopus crafts and activities for more learning fun!
Math Fables Too by Greg Tang; Taia Morley (Illustrator)
Call Number: QA113 .3555 2007
Publication Date: 2007-09-01
Greg Tang, a nationally acclaimed speaker, author, and educator, has already inspired hundreds of thousands of children, parents, and teachers across the country through his best-selling books. Now with this follow-up to his wildly successful Math Fables, Greg Tang adds science to the mix as he challenges the youngest math learners--kids ages three to six--to think about numbers in more creative ways. His charming animal fables will spark an interest in science while giving children a head start in math that will last a lifetime. Math, science, and "lessons that count"--a winning combination!
Ten, Nine, Eight by Molly Bang (Illustrator)
Call Number: PZ8.3 .B22 Te 1983
Publication Date: 1996-09-20
My Day with Numbers by Christine Powers
Call Number: QA113 .P68 1992
Publication Date: 1992-04-01
Money Math by David A. Adler; Edward Miller (Illustrator)
Call Number: JUV QA115 .A3655 2017
Publication Date: 2017-08-15
Trusted team David A. Adler and Edward Miller continue their series of popular math books. Amusing cartoon versions of American presidents guide children through this lively introduction to currency values and adding and subtracting money. Topics covered include an introduction to American units of money; the many ways these units combine to make a price; basic money symbols such as the dollar and cent signs; and the math inherent in shopping. After reading this, kids will be confident with their pocket change! A Junior Library Guild Selection.
Billions of Bricks by Kurt Cyrus (Illustrator)
Call Number: JUV PZ 8.3 .C997 Bil 2017
Publication Date: 2016-10-11
Two, four, six. Look at all the bricks!Grab a hard hat and all your tools, and get ready for a construction adventure in counting! This clever, rhyming picture book leads readers through a day in the life of a construction crew building with bricks. A brick may seem like just a simple block, but in groupings of ten, twenty, and more, it can create many impressive structures, from hotels to schools to skyscrapers. This is a terrific introduction to counting in quantities for children.
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