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Two Crows Counting (Bank Street Level 1*)

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24 pp. Pub: 9/95.The Bank Street Ready-to-Read series is the only beginning reader series created and endorsed by a major educational institution. Kindergarteners and first graders can learn to count to 10 and back again with Two Crows Counting. Full color.
Paperback, 32 pages
Published August 1st 1995 by Bank Street
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Sara Bland
Apr 27, 2015 Sara Bland rated it really liked it
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This is a great book for children who are just becoming interested in reading. There are several different ways that the children can interact with the book, including counting and reading numbers on the page. The story basically takes you through the day in the life of a crow, and all of the animals that they encounter on their way. It ends in a nice little family picture all snuggled up in a crow's nest. I would recommend this for readers who are in pre-k through 1st grade.
Megan Rowland
Apr 04, 2012 Megan Rowland rated it it was amazing
Shelves: math
This is a book that is perfect for children learning how to count forward and backward from ten. The crows allow the children to count up then back down which is something every child needs to learn how to do.
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Doris Orgel is a children's writer. She was born in Vienna, Austria. As a child, she and her family fled to Yugoslavia and finally the U.S. during the rise of the Nazi party in Europe. She attended Radcliffe College from 1946 too 1948, and graduated cum laude from Barnard College in 1950.

In her career, Ms. Orgel has written and translated several fairy and folk tales, as well as served as a trans
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