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The Most Amazing Hide-and-Seek Numbers Book

Overview

In these two classics from Robert Crowther, readers can lift the flaps and pull the tabs to find an alphabet’s worth of animals—and any number of surprises.

One spider descends on its thread. Nine bees fly up from their hive. Twenty snakes slither. In a pop-up counting book certain to engage young readers, each kinetic collection of creatures illustrates a number from one to twenty — then by tens, all the way up to one hundred.

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Overview

In these two classics from Robert Crowther, readers can lift the flaps and pull the tabs to find an alphabet’s worth of animals—and any number of surprises.

One spider descends on its thread. Nine bees fly up from their hive. Twenty snakes slither. In a pop-up counting book certain to engage young readers, each kinetic collection of creatures illustrates a number from one to twenty — then by tens, all the way up to one hundred.

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Editorial Reviews

Children's Literature - Eleanor Heldrich
The black cover of this unusually thin movable book is not shy about its contents. The numbers one, two and three in bright yellow, red, and blue on the front cover are one inch wide and seven inches tall. On the back cover the number one hundred appears in violet, apricot and moss green, two to three inches wide and four and one-half inches tall. Inside, with the exception of the inside front cover which is green, the pages are entirely white with only the numbers and names of the numbers in black. The numbers from 1 to 20 are three to a page with the numbers 10 and 20 having a page of their own. The numbers from 30 through 90, by tens, appear on the same page and the number 100 has the last page to itself with five tabs to be pulled out at the same time revealing an amazing number of animals, birds, insects and fish that everyone will want to count for themselves to make sure there are 100 of them. Counting the ninety fleas on the number 90 pull-tab will be the toughest counting job of them all. This is a perfect book to challenge a child's interest in counting. Reviewer: Eleanor Heldrich
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780763650292
  • Publisher: Candlewick Press
  • Publication date: 8/24/2010
  • Pages: 12
  • Sales rank: 370,045
  • Age range: 3 - 7 Years
  • Product dimensions: 10.36 (w) x 11.28 (h) x 0.52 (d)

Meet the Author

Robert Crowther is the renowned creator of a four-book transportation series as well as numerous other pop-up books. He lives in Norfolk, England.
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