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Richard Scarry's First Little Learners: From 1 to 10

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All the students are ready to count to ten— and young readers will join in too! What a good time toddlers will have as they meet one piggy bagpiper, two friendly police officers on motorcycles, and three busy artists drawing, all the way up to ten great big grumpy doggie guards. On each spread, another memorable Richard Scarry character carries a banner with the correct n
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Hardcover, 21 pages
Published January 1st 1995 by J. B. Communications, Inc.
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Candice Torgerson
This book is a counting book from 1 to three. The author uses animals making actions to count the numbers such as; Piglets marching as bagpipers or Bunny rabbits drawing as artists.
Great book to teach children to count. But thought the illustrations were a little confusing because too many items or actions occuring on one page. Such as for the number 3 which was the bunny rabbits drawing as artists, there are so many things just on that page: animals, drawing supplies, stools, paper, aprons, ei
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Johanna
Very simple, silly book, with bizarre characters ranging from one marching bagpiper to nine happy mail carriers (huh?). That said, we read this pretty much every day because Leo is very into the five funny sailors (a bunch of frogs in sailor suits) - they completely crack him up.
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