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*Counting in the Garden* by Emily Hruby, illustrated by Patrick Hruby
Counting in the Garden
by Emily Hruby, illustrated by Patrick Hruby
Baby-PreK 16 pages Little Simon May 2011 Board book    

What better place to learn to count than in a garden overflowing with so many different things? In the new board book Counting in the Garden, readers will come across such items as one onion, four sunflowers, six strawberries, and eight earthworms as they move toward the final page with twelve tall tulips.

Counting in the Garden has a clever setup that introduces what is found on one page (five watermelons) then places them in the garden on the next page along with everything that came before. By the time the end of the book is reached, there is a garden overflowing with all of the items previously counted.

Counting in the Garden is a simple book with a simple theme that will be a wonderful addition to any childís board book collection.

With Christmas not that far away, this is the perfect stocking stuffer for any member of the family or a close friend.
 
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