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Hannah's Collections by Marthe Jocelyn
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Apr 16, 12

it was ok

"Hannah's Collection," written by Marthe Jocelyn, is a short little story that helps introduce young children to math concepts and numbers. As Hannah goes through her various collections, readers are introduced to numbers, as well as many ways to break down the numbers into smaller groups. The illustrations are done in such a way that it almost looks like they were created out of felt, which is an interesting technique that I have not seen to often. Each illustration is brightly colored, with a lot of detail, and is just fun to look at as you read the text. The text is basically the same on each page. It lies within a white box with a yellow border, and either lies vertically or horizontally aligned with the pictures.

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