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1,2,3 To The Zoo
Eric Carle (Illustrator)
Brightly coloured animals, riding on a train to their new homes in the zoo is the format used to offer young children a delightful introduction to numbers and counting.
In Alfie's Numbers favourite children's author and illustrator Shirley Hughes turns her hand to helping children to learn to count. A great introduction to numbers.
Michael Catchpool David Roberts (Illustrator)
Little Tiger Press
Fred has five frogs. Finn has five frogs too. And when ten frogs get together, it's party time. Hopping and bopping, jumping and jiving, all night long. But Fred and Finn don't find the froggy madness very funny. In fact they're hopping mad.
This is a counting book with that little bit extra, great for discussion.
Lucy and Tom's 1.2.3
Another lovely book by Shirley Hughes featuring Lucy and Tom. Everyday items are used throughout the book to encourage childrens counting.
My Granny Went to Market 'A Round the World Counting Book'
have fun joining an unusual Granny as she whizzes around the world on a magic carpet, shopping for amazing treasures in all the places she visits. Children will enjoy being introduced to maps and rhyme whilst travelling on a counting adventure through ten different countries.
Another colourful and uniquely illustrated book by Peter George. The book counts down from 10 to zero and once again the clever use of acetate makes counting a fun experience.