Browse Abstracts (245 total)

| by Hoban, Tana

Sequential photographs show the numbers, 1 through 100

| by McGrath, Barbara Barbieri

Have fun with your cereal, even after breakfast time!Counting is made easy with Cheerios and fruits. Practice counting to ten, counting teens, and seeing patterns of tens.

| by Russo, Marisabina

Sam is playing in his room when his mother calls him for lunch. He keeps stalling because he in lining up blocks, books, toys, and shoes. When he completes a line from his room to his mother in the kitchen, he is ready for lunch!

| by McMillan, B.

It is 7:00 a.m. and it is time to wake up. Breakfast is at 8:00 a.m. and school begins at 9:00 a.m. After a long day, it is time to go to bed at 9:00 p.m.

| by Lottridge, Celia

Max and Josephine plant a garden, counting the seeds as they go. When the plants grow, they count the food of their harvest.

| by Sturges, Phileman

In this repetitive story, two children catch ten fireflies and keep them in a jar. Eventually they release them one by one.

| by Falwell, Cathyrn

Ten turtles rest on a log. Startled by various sounds, they jump in one-by-one from around the pond then rest in the water for the night.

| by Johnston, Tony

A little boy thinks that whales count when they sing. He believes that whales don't just make noise.

| by Micklethwait, Lucy

Twenty-six paintings from the world's greatest museums contain objects in them that correspond with letters A to Z.

| by Hoban, Tana

Photographs of letters, numbers, and coins help to introduce the alphabet and how to count some common amounts of money.

| by Yolen, Jane

Different creatures are invited to the butterfly ball. Each creature is missing something, which you will find at the end of the journey.

| by Huck, Charlotte

Using ten scary Halloween things readers count from one to ten and then back down again. Each page has illustrations that sequentially correspond to a number, featuring bats, ghosts, skeletons and other Halloween symbols.

| by Day, Nancy Raines

A kitten explores her environment during her first year of life. She uses her senses to absorb the surroundings and playfully interacts with the world around her. Month after month the kitten grows and develops into a cat.

| by Anno, Mitsumasa

Daily activities in a countryside village are shown through the numbers 0 through 12

| by Edwards, Michelle

This book displays the Hebrew alphabet with Hebrew letters and English sounds.

| by Showers, Paul

What happens to your favorite foods after you eat them?They go through your body's digestive system. Your body uses what it needs to help you grow and then gets rid of the rest when you go to the bathroom.

| by Duke, Kate

Each letter of the alphabet is illustrated by a word which applies to guinea pigs.

| by Morozumi, Atsuko

Follow the journey of a gorilla who finds and counts various things.

| by Jonas, Ann

A young girl owns a cat and a dog which are constantly falling in the pond with the fish and frogs. Each time a different animal falls in, the question, How many are in my pond? is asked again.

| by Pittman, Helena Clare

Rosa wants to paint a still-life picture. First she has to gather the vegetables from her garden that she will use in her painting. Once she is done painting, what will Rosa do with all the vegetables?She's going to make still-life stew!
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