Spot Can Countby Eric Hill
Spot has charmed parents and children for decades. The Spot books are the ideal first books for young readers-helping them learn to read and learn basic concepts. Now old fans and new will be thrilled to see their favorite puppy in a colorful new format! For the first time since their publication, these best-selling lift-the-flaps will have full color covers and spines that display the titles and author's name.
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Spot books are so much fun, especially the lift-a-flap kind. This is a about 6" x 6" and is very sturdy. It is a good buy for the money. This book has just enough words on the page to make it interesting. It starts out with Spot telling his dad he can count to 10. His dad tells him to see what he can count on the farm. The first page asks Spot how many mice are behind the sacks of grain. Spot says "one," and the mouse says "hello." Another example is Spot climbing on a fence to look up in a tree. His dad asks him how many squirrels there are. The reader sees two squirrels in the tree, and when you lift the flap, there is a bird with the caption "Don't count me." Spot then says, "two." Other pages include 2 horses, four ducks, 5 pigs, 6 chickens, etc. I like seeing the character of the dad in the book. At the end of the book, Spot's dad tells him that he did a good job.