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How many bears in a bed?
Flip the flap!
Three bears in a bed...bouncing up and down!

How many peas in a pod?
Flip the flap to find out!

A fun-filled, lift-the-flap counting book.
Hardcover, 16 pages
Published July 31st 2005 by LITTLE HARE BOOKS
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Charlotte Gray
Sep 19, 2011 Charlotte Gray rated it liked it
The primary purpose of this book is to introduce numbers in sequence and counting to twelve. It does this by asking a question on each page, say, “How many pigs in a pen?” and then having a “flip the flap” to reveal a number of items queried in the environment presented in the question. So, “Two pigs in a pen...writing poetry!” As you work your way though the book the number increases by one on each new page, thereby allowing the reader to familiarise themselves with the pattern in which number ...more
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