Browse Abstracts (245 total)

| by Ehlert, Lois

If you had one wish it might be a fish. You can count many types of fish from one to ten.

| by Burns, Marilyn

When Mr. and Mrs. Comfort decide to have a family reunion, they start making plans for their guests, including where everyone is going to sit. When people start to arrive, things start getting interesting. Eventually everything works out after some mathematical thinking.

| by Seuss, Dr.

This alphabet continues on beyond Z using nonsense and rhyming words. Unknown animals and places are described by using these made-up letters after Z.

| by Grossman, Bill

A little girl can eat almost anything -- except her peas!An excellent counting book for young children.

| by Chwast, Seymor

Entertaining and fun alphabet pictures begin with a new letter on the nextpage.

| by Kitamura, Satoshi

Can you say the letters and the sounds of the alphabet?You will recognize many of these fun pictures.

| by Eichenber, Fritz

This book represents each letter of the alphabet with the name of an animal and puts that animal in a rhyming sentence to facilitate the learning of that letter.

| by Base, Graeme

Rhyme and animals are utilized to show the letters of the alphabet.

| by MacDonald, Suse

Letters of the alphabet are transformed into pictures of objects that begin with that letter. For example, an h becomes a house and a f becomes a fish.

| by Kellogg, Steven

Aster goes through many adventures following the letters in the alphabet and meets many people along the way.

| by Pallotta, Jerry

It's not everyday that aliens invade your classroom and teach math!Come along for the ride as aliens from outer space use twizzlers to explain numbers as fractions, decimals, and percentages. See how numbers are used in everyday situations, sports, and school. This math lesson is certainly out of this world.

| by Haber, Jon Z.

Enjoy this pop-up book version of the song This Old Man.

| by Trinca, Rod//Argent, Kerry

The numbers one through fourteen are introduced by illustrating fourteen Australian animals and using rhyming sentences.

| by McGinley, Phyllis

Each letter from A to Z is described with a rhyme about something children see in the city.

| by Hubbard, Woodleigh

Animals and actions illustrate each number one through twelve. For example, 3 is for jumping, 7 is for fishing, and 12 is for balancing.

| by Gag, Wanda

The alphabet is told through the story of a rabbit and his adventures.

| by Sendak, Maurice

A little boy travels through the months of the year and explains how he would enjoy chicken soup with rice each month.

| by Anno, Masaichiro//Anno, Mitsumasa

Children's eyes are opened to the excitement of seeing and learning the alphabet in a different way. Although initially distorted, the letters can be easily viewed when using a silver tube as directed.

| by Watts, Barrie

A series of photographs help explain the life of a potato from shoot to tuber. Soon the potato is ready to be dug up and eaten.

| by Watts, Barrie

A series of photographs help explain the life of a tomato from seed to pollinization to being ripe enough to be picked off the vine.
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