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Zero Is The Leaves On The Tree [NOOK Book]

Overview

It's easy to count three of something-- just add them up. But how do you count zero, a number that is best defined by what it's not?

Can you see it?
Can you hear it?
Can you feel it?

This important math concept is beautifully explored in a way that will inspire children ...
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Overview

It's easy to count three of something-- just add them up. But how do you count zero, a number that is best defined by what it's not?

Can you see it?
Can you hear it?
Can you feel it?

This important math concept is beautifully explored in a way that will inspire children to find zero everywhere--from the branches of a tree by day to the vast, starry sky by night.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780385376051
  • Publisher: Random House Childrens Books
  • Publication date: 4/24/2013
  • Sold by: Random House
  • Format: NOOK Kids
  • File size: 11 MB
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Meet the Author

BETSY FRANCO has written over eighty books for children and young adults, including picture books, poetry collections, and novels. Among her acclaimed math-themed titles are Mathematickles! and Bees, Snails, & Peacock Tails. Betsy's feline poetry collection, A Curious Collection of Cats, was her first book with Tricycle Press. She lives in Northern California with her husband, Doug, and gets tremendous inspiration from her three creative sons.

SHINO ARIHARA is a graduate from the Art Center College of Design. Her work has appeared in LA Weekly, Seventeen, The Wall Street Journal, and The Boston Globe. Her first picture book, Ceci Ann's Day of Why, was published in 2006.
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Read an Excerpt

Zero is...
the shape of an egg.
Zero is a number.

Zero is . . .
the balls in the bin at recess time.
0 balls

Zero is . . .
the leaves on the bare,
brown arms of the oak tree.
0 leaves
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