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My Turn To Learn Numbers
     

My Turn To Learn Numbers

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by Natalie Marshall
 

Each durable book in the My Turn To Learn series is specially made for small hands!

Explore the exciting world of numbers, brought to life through this irresistibly adorable tabbed board book. My Turn To Learn Numbers uses simple, colorful images and bold, lively scenes to teach early counting concepts. The tabbed edges and thick, strong pages make it easy

Overview

Each durable book in the My Turn To Learn series is specially made for small hands!

Explore the exciting world of numbers, brought to life through this irresistibly adorable tabbed board book. My Turn To Learn Numbers uses simple, colorful images and bold, lively scenes to teach early counting concepts. The tabbed edges and thick, strong pages make it easy for young readers to flip through the book by themselves, revealing fun, colorful answers on every spread. Featuring a unique format and bright, bold art and design, these books offer an interactive reading and learning experience that can withstand even the most "hands-on" readers!

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Praise for My Turn to Learn:

* "Perfect for little hands...The deceptively simple and visually appealing My Turn to Learn series is a great tool for introducing basic concepts to the littlest readers."—Kirkus Reviews (starred review)"

Tailor-made for little fingers."—Publishers Weekly

Children's Literature - Sheilah Egan
Part of the “My Turn to Learn” series, this sturdy, tabbed board book is perfect for little hands to manipulate. The large tabs are clearly labeled with numbers one through five. On the reverse, each tab indicates its number visually with small daisies. The double spreads show the “number one” bear with the appropriate number of new creatures—two owls, three blue birds, four flowers, and five clouds. The last double spread has him pointing to six snails, seven acorns, eight ladybugs, nine (more) flowers, and ten tree leaves. One could make an argument that creativity would have forced a different visual for number nine but it does afford the reader an opportunity to point out the matching flowers seen in other places in the book. The illustrations are stylized and uncluttered. Background colors are suitable for naming an assortment of colors. Number one bear is shown wearing a winter cap and a scarf—he has little lines for fur and his cheeks sport pink spots of color that match the insides of his cute ears. Reviewer: Sheilah Egan; Ages 1 to 3.
Kirkus Reviews
★ 2013-09-01
This simple counting book starring a sweet brown bear is perfect for little hands. The first spread introduces readers to a brown bear wearing a green hat and scarf and a small smile. It reads simply: "ONE bear." Throughout the title, the number words are in large capital letters, and the nouns that follow them appear in cursive, an unusual choice for a board book and one that adds a touch of whimsy to the sweet, digitally produced illustrations. In the remaining page spreads, the brown bear is pictured with two owls (perched atop his head), three blue birds, four flowers and five puffy white clouds. Numbers six to 10 are grouped together on a final page spread. Large tabs labeled 1 through 5 run down the length of the rightmost edge of this sturdy selection, making it a cinch for little hands to grasp and open. Other titles in this charming series include My Turn to Learn Colors (978-0-316-25163-1), featuring a bunny and his vegetable garden; My Turn to Learn Opposites (978-0-316-25165-5), starring two adorable purple owls; and My Turn to Learn Shapes (978-0-316-25166-2), focused on a mama hen and her sweet baby chicks on the farm. Families will want them all. The deceptively simple and visually appealing My Turn to Learn series is a great tool for introducing basic concepts to the littlest readers. (Board book. 0-3)

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780316251648
Publisher:
Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
Publication date:
09/10/2013
Series:
My Turn to Learn Series
Pages:
12
Sales rank:
620,717
Product dimensions:
5.90(w) x 5.90(h) x 0.90(d)
Age Range:
3 Months to 2 Years

Meet the Author

Natalie Marshall was born and raised in Melbourne, Australia. She spent many years in New York and London working in corporate design and has worked on many different children's books. She is now lives in Australia, drawing adorable critters to her heart's content.

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My Turn To Learn Numbers 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
ReadersFavorite More than 1 year ago
Reviewed by Samantha Rivera for Readers' Favorite My Turn to Learn Numbers is an adorable book by Natalie Marshall that will help your young child understand their numbers. This book has one page for each number up through five, with pictures of different objects or animals throughout so they can actually see the number and what it represents. The pictures are very cute and perfect for young children. Whether you’re reading to your infant or practicing with your toddler, this is the perfect book to teach anyone their numbers. Big pictures and bright colors make it easy to keep your child’s attention as you go through each page. With only a few words on each page, you won’t have to worry about your child getting bored partway through. This is something you can read to them every day to help them remember and learn faster than any other way. When you’re trying to get your little one to learn their numbers it can be difficult. Just like teaching them pretty much anything else, you have to continue to repeat over and over again what you want them to learn. With this book it’s so much easier than simply repeating because your child has a book they can hold (it’s sturdy enough for young children) and they also have great pictures to look at to show them the numbers. Who doesn’t find it easier to understand the number three if they’re looking at a picture of three objects that can be seen and counted? Your child definitely will with My Turn to Learn Numbers.