An alliterative romp through the alphabet that combines letters with numbers for a double-whammy of educational fun.
Counting on Letters is a colorful alphabet and counting book offers an exciting introduction to letters and numbers for young children. Presented as a conveniently lap-sized board book, easy to hold and use even for the youngest reader, this is a volume sure to enchant toddlers and preschoolers.
Each letter is presented in a strongly contrasting color scheme that combines one saturated hue with white for a boldly graphic, fun-to-look-at spread. The vibrant hues and sense of movement will keep young readers turning pages.
Designed to reinforce learning, each letter is accompanied by a number, which is shown in numeral form. When reading, parents and children can count the number of letters together, reinforcing both the alphabetic and numeric learning process—a key aspect of getting children ready for early reading and math skills.
|Product dimensions:||9.00(w) x 7.00(h) x 0.60(d)|
|Age Range:||4 - 6 Years|
About the Author
Mark Gonyea is the author of several books for children, including A Book About Design, A Book About Color, and most recently, The Spooky Box (all from Henry Holt), as well as the web comic series Mr. Oblivious. His recent successful Kickstarter campaign for a graphic counting poster called One to One Hundred more than met its mark. Mark spent the better portion of his early life watching tv, going to movies, and playing video games, little realizing this was to be the essential ground work for a successful career in cartooning and graphic design. Mark lives in Burlington, Vermont. Visit him at www.mroblivious.com.
Read an Excerpt
One A all alone.
Two B's balancing.
Three C's connected.
Four D's dangling.
Five E's excited.