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One Bear: The Kids Learn to Count Book

4.67  ·  Rating Details ·  3 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
Learn to count from one to ten with this fun, favorite children's book. Kids will have so much fun learning their numbers with these beloved illustrations and funny rhymes. Illustrations include bears, cats, bunnies, lions, giraffes, sheep, ducks, bees and turtles. Here are the characters your little one will fall in love with in this cherished book: "One bear, without a ...more
Paperback, 32 pages
Published March 22nd 2014 by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
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Apr 14, 2014 Cily rated it it was amazing
Absolutely Adorable!
This is a cute, simple picture book for toddlers.
It’s a short rhyming book designed to show a child the first ten numbers. Each number has a nice rhyming counterpart, and a fun way of remembering the numbers. The pictures are simple but all to a professional standard and are properly cute.
The verses are interesting and easy to follow even for a small child, with each page focused directly on the number to be shown.
My toddler absolutely loves it.
He's a little over two and he k
Nicholas Anderson
Apr 16, 2014 Nicholas Anderson rated it it was amazing
This is a cute, fun book. My kids liked it. The pictures are cute and colorful. It’s a pretty standard counting book with the numbers (1-10) written as words (one) and numbers (1) plus pictures of the corresponding numbers of animals on each page. Its unique twist is the cute, catchy rhyming phrases for each number: 2 bunnies who think they are funny, etc. These make the book extra fun to read. I don’t know why Amazon estimates the number of pages as one. Each number is its own page.
I received a
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Marie Chow rated it really liked it
May 08, 2014
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I am a writer - I've written and self-published numerous children's picture books. I also write poetry and fiction, and I hope to one day publish the two novels that I have been working on.

As a self-published author, I love to read the work of other indie authors. I also love exploring children's books with my son. We love story time, and always have a pile of children's books from the library at
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