Everyone knows that one is one. But can ONE be more than one? Absolutely! ONE PAIR is always two; ONE WEEK is seven days; and ONE DOZEN is always twelve. And that's just the beginning of this brilliant and original counting book.
|Product dimensions:||10.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.25(d)|
|Age Range:||4 - 8 Years|
About the Author
Miriam Schlein is the acclaimed author of numerous books for children, including the classic stories of motherly love The Way Mothers Are and Just like Me.
Donald Crews is the renowned creator of many celebrated children's books, including the Caldecott Honor Books Freight Train and Truck. He and his wife, Ann Jonas, live in New York's Hudson River Valley.
Donald Crews es el renombrado autor de dos libros merecedores del premio Caldecott, Tren de carga (Freight Train) y School Bus. Vive con su esposa, Ann Jonas, cerca del Río Hudson, en Nueva York.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Overview: Have you ever thought that the number one can mean more than one? This book explores that thought by showing that some things we say are one really have more items in them, like ONE baseball team has NINE players or ONE forest has LOTS of trees. It gives a number of different examples of how ONE can be MORE. Mommy Bookworm's Thoughts: This book has very vibrant illustrations, which would appeal to various ages of children. There is a conflict of reading level and/or appropriate ages for the book. Personally, I think that 2- to 3-year-old children would enjoy the book because of the illustrations, but think that the reading level is more for ages 4+. I think the book is interesting in that it tries to teach how when we say ONE it may sometimes have more parts to it. However, I also feel it is a little confusing especially if you're trying to teach it to a little child. Dahlia Bookworm's Thoughts (11 years old): I did not like the book because it was not very interesting since it had facts that I already knew. I can easily read it. I would recommend it to younger kids though. Daisy Bookworm's Thoughts (7 years old): I could easily read it by myself and only needed help with two or three words. I like the pictures and colors. I thought it was a little boring though. I think it tries to teach kids that the number one can be more than one too.