From one to one hundred (#39381M7)

by Sloat, Teri

3 reviews & awards | 4 full-text reviews

Paperback Puffin, c1991, p1995
Price: USD 8.11
Description: 32 unnumbered pages : color illustrations ; 23 x 29 cm.
Dewey: 513.2; Int Lvl: K-3; Rd Lvl: 1.5
RC 1.5 1; LEX NP


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FollettBound Sewn Puffin, c1991, p1995

USD 14.83

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Counting & Numbers (Juvenile Nonfiction; Concepts)

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Illustrations of people and animals introduce the numbers one through ten, followed by counting by tens, from 20 to 100.

From the Publisher
In this ingenious counting book, more than 2,500 items are imaginatively arranged in a dazzling display of detail, colour, and inventiveness.

"Readers will pore over the fine details, enjoying the sly humour and relishing the challenge of counting 70 bumblebees or 90 gold nuggets." Publishers Weekly

Product Details
  • Publisher: Puffin
  • Publication Date: May 1, 1995
  • Format: Paperback
  • Series: Picture Puffins
  • Edition: 1st Puffin Unicorn ed.
  • Dewey: 513.2
  • Classifications: Nonfiction
  • Description: 32 unnumbered pages : color illustrations ; 23 x 29 cm.
  • ISBN-10: 0-14-055643-5
  • ISBN-13: 978-0-14-055643-8
  • Follett Number: 39381M7
  • Catalog Number: 0140556435
  • Interest Level: K-3
  • Reading Level: 1.5
  • Reading Counts Level: 1.5
  • Reading Counts Points: 1
  • Lexile: NP

Reviews & Awards
  • Kirkus Reviews
  • Publishers Weekly
  • School Library Journal

Full-Text Reviews
Booklist (Vol. 88, No. 3 (October 1, 1991))
Ages 4-7. Each page in Sloat's counting book has a large, full-color illustration that gives children many opportunities to count to a given number. For instance, the page illustrating the number 3 shows an outdoor scene including 3 opossums reading 3 books, as 3 beavers chomp on trees and stumps. At the bottom of the page, an opossum, a book, a beaver, a leaf, a tree, and a stump appear in vignettes, indicating what to seek and count in the larger scene above. The numbers go from 1 to 10, then (on double-page spreads) by tens to 100. Younger devotees of the Waldo books may find the hunting as enjoyable as the counting, and the higher numbers challenge kids who've mastered more basic counting books. The illustrations are predictably crowded and sometimes chaotic in composition, but they're indisputably lively.

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