A playful way to learn letters and numbers.
Three cheers for letters! Long live numbers!
The letters and numerals have never met before, and they're very curious about each other. Zero and the letter O hit it off. 3 and E can't stop looking at each other. However, the number one and the letter A both claim to be first. Letters can make words and stories, and numbers can count. But which are better?
Preschoolers and kindergarteners learn letter and number recognition in this funny story reminiscent of Chicka Chicka Boom Boom. Lois Barr's funny jokes and Stephanie Laberis's energetic illustrations are kid-pleasing fun.
|Product dimensions:||10.28(w) x 8.28(h) x 0.36(d)|
|Age Range:||3 - 7 Years|
About the Author
Lois Barr, who holds a Master's Degree in Elementary Education, is an author, a teacher of tewnty-plus years, and a patented inventor of a water heated ice cream scoop. She has lived in New York, California, and Texas, and currently lives with her husband in Florida. When Numbers Met Letters is her debut picture book.
Stephanie Laberis is a character designer and illustrator whose work has been nomiated for a Kate Greenaway Medal. Originally from New England, where she studied at Rhode Island School of Design, she now lives in the San Francisco Bay area. Stephanie also illustrated Julie Gonzalez's How Could a Bear Sleep Here?, which Kirkus Reviews called "a light spin on the 'be careful what you wish for' theme."