The Oreo Cookie Counting Book

The Oreo Cookie Counting Book

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by Sarah Albee, Victoria Raymond, Victoria Raymond
Children will love to count down as ten little OREOs are dunked, nibbled, and stacked one by one...until there are none!


Children will love to count down as ten little OREOs are dunked, nibbled, and stacked one by one...until there are none!

Editorial Reviews

Publishers Weekly - Publisher's Weekly
A companion to the Reading Together series, Math Together offers young children and their parents an integrated approach to mathematical concepts. Each of the two boxed sets--the Yellow Set is for children ages three and up, the Green Set for children ages five and up--contains six paperback books by as many different illustrators and authors (among them Cynthia Jabar and Russell Ayto). Many of the books have been previously published, but here each appears with endnotes directed to parents, identifying the mathematical concepts introduced in the story and suggesting ways to reinforce those concepts with children. For example, Jez Alborough's lift-the-flap tale Clothesline, in which readers are asked to guess the animal owners of different items hanging out to dry, is said to introduce the idea of probability; parents are given tips to help children articulate their reasoning as they make choices and decisions. (Candlewick, $19.99 each Yellow Set ISBN 0-7636-0947-1; Green Set -0954-4; Aug.) ~ The author and one of the illustrators who served up The Cheerios Counting Book, Barbara Barbieri McGrath and Frank Mazzola Jr., now perform a similar service for another cereal and its fans in Kellogg's Froot Loops! Counting Fun Book. The diecut board book features Toucan Sam in a tropical setting; rhymed text focuses on numbers one through 10. Cutouts on right-hand pages invite children to place the called-for number of Froot Loops right in the book. (HarperFestival, $5.99 16p ages 2-5 ISBN 0-694-01506-7; Aug.) ~ Another number book with a grocery store tie-in, the diecut board book The Oreo Cookie Counting Book by Sarah Albee, illus. by Victoria Raymond, begins with 10 Oreos all in a line ("Dunk one in a glass of milk, And now there are... 9") and continues until "there are... none!" The art, made of molded clays, prominently features the cookies; the final spread also displays an Oreo package. A coupon for Mini Oreos is included. (S&S/Little Simon, $5.99 22p ages 2-5 ISBN 0-689-83489-6; Sept.) Copyright 2000 Cahners Business Information.|
Children's Literature
These chocolate-y calories really count, backwards. In an enticing board book that borrows its theme and shape from the famous chocolate cookie sandwich, little fingers can practice counting from ten back to one. Photographs cover the rugged pages—close-ups of puppet people dunking, crunching and twisting the cookies in two. Bright backgrounds provide distinct contrast for the dark, delectable favorites. Across the colors, cute couplets roll with easy rhythm as each predictable rhyme ends with the next lower number, building in success for little counters. Good choice for language practice, early math skills and teaching colors. Bad choice for dieters! 2000, Little Simon/Simon & Schuster Children's, $5.99. Ages 6 mo. to 4. Reviewer: Deborah Zink Roffino

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Little Simon
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6.97(w) x 6.98(h) x 0.62(d)
Age Range:
1 - 5 Years

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The Oreo Cookie Counting Book 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Just PERFECT! Victoria Raymonds work is so eye catching.