123 Chicago: A Cool Counting Bookby Puck, Kevin Somers
Kids will count from one to 10 with some of Chicago’s most beloved symbolsthe Sears Tower, the el train, Navy Pier fireworks, Chicago-style hot dogs, and deep dish pizzain this board book featuring contemporary illustrations, dazzling colors, and bold, clear design. The end of the book includes a complete location list, in both English and
Kids will count from one to 10 with some of Chicago’s most beloved symbolsthe Sears Tower, the el train, Navy Pier fireworks, Chicago-style hot dogs, and deep dish pizzain this board book featuring contemporary illustrations, dazzling colors, and bold, clear design. The end of the book includes a complete location list, in both English and Spanish, to help parents locate the symbols and landmarks and plan an entertaining trip to Chicago.
"These board books are super-quick reads with all pictures and numbers. Perfect for teaching my two year old to count." www.classymommy.com on the Cool Counting Books series
"These books are really colorful and fun." The Examiner
"We can count on reading 123 Chicago everyday in our house. It's on [our daughter's] most-requested list." DailyCandy.com
"Here's a twist on the traditional count-to-ten board book. What's neat about this book is that the final pages include full descriptions of each icon or place, in English and Spanish." The Full Mommy
"This is a great counting book and its perfect for the little ones that are learning to count." Cindy's Love of Books
"These may be the coolest counting books ever. Simply illustrated with graphic images, you can count along to 10 with the icons of famous cities, states, and the country." Cool Kids Gifts
"We can't wait to share the whole big world with the little people in our lives, especially some of our favorite places right here in the USA. Is there any way Chicago-style pizza could make an acceptable first food for baby?" Pregnancy & Newborn magazine (March 2011)
These books are really colorful and fun.
Meet the Author
Puck has worked as a writer, an editor, and a translator for national publications and publishing houses. Kevin Somers is an author and artist who has worked in comics, animation, fine arts, and publishing for more than 15 years. He is the author of Meaner than the Meanest, the writer and illustrator of The Incredible Hulk: Project Hide, and the illustrator of The Lazy Person’s Handbook: Shortcuts to Get Everything You Want with the Least Possible Effort. They both live in New York City.
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