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TOO MANY DINOSAURS (A Smart Start Math Book)

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Six growing dinosaurs and one tiny island add up to a problem that needs to be solved in this lively introduction to addition. As the zany dinosaurs swim back and forth between two undersized islands, children learn the seven ways to make six as well as the basic concepts of addition. And once they have enjoyed the story, children can practice what they've learned with the ...more
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Published January 1st 1995 by Bantam Books for Young Readers
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Peter
Apr 24, 2008 marked it as to-read
I admit that I haven't read this yet, but the answer to the math and logic problems relating to too many growing dinosaurs on one tiny island seems to have already been worked out by Mother Nature:
expulsion from Pangaea by way of extinction
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Bob Barner has been drawing since he was three years old. He graduated from the Columbus College of Art and Design, then moved to Boston where he was an art director at several advertising agencies and design studios. He was hired to help comic strip creator Al Capp draw Li'l Abner and studied with Milton Glaser at the School of Visual Arts in New York. He lives with his wife, Cathie, in San Franc ...more