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Children's LiteratureFull-color photographs and simple text introduce the animals of the Artic, grouped to provide practice in solving easy addition problems. On each spread, young readers are to look closely at the animals on one page, then the other, and asked: how many are there in total? The answer is then spelled out in numerical equations, reinforcing the lesson. Kids will be so captivated by the photos of polar bears, Arctic hares, wild caribou and others in their natural settings that they will want to practice adding them up again and again! The sturdy hardcover book includes a handy "words to know"/index, word count of the text, and an "early intervention level" ranking. This colorful math book would be a useful addition to any classroom or library shelf. 2004, Yellow Umbrella Books/Capstone Press, Ages 6 to 8.