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Counting to Ten and Sharing My Easter Eggs

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Counting to Ten and Sharing My Easter Eggs is a fun and beautifully illustrated book for children who want to learn to count.

The book starts of with a little girl who is looking forward to Easter and has been given a basket of eggs to share with her friends. This leads on to some fun rhyming as we are introduced to each of her friends who are given a specific number of eggs.

Children will be captivated by the amazing images in this book and will love the fun rhymes on each page. This will be ideal for bedtime and preschoolers who are learning to read and count. Your loved ones will love this. Grab a copy today!

27 pages, Kindle Edition

First published February 15, 2013

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David Chuka

18 books278 followers
David Chuka lives in London with his lovely wife and two adorable children. His family are usually the first people to hear his funny and quirky tales. While he has written non-fiction material previously, he is absolutely proud to be called a children's book author. He loves writing stories that educate and entertain.

As a father himself, he has parents at heart when he writes. Bedtime has to be one of the best parts of the day for him as it gives him the opportunity to bond with his little ones. He believes you'll enjoy sharing his stories with your loved ones.

He would like to keep you updated on what he's working on and any giveaways he has on offer. Please subscribe to his newsletter at www.davidchuka.com

You can also follow him on twitter @davidchuka

He has so many stories to tell and can't wait to share them with the world.

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April 18, 2020
This rhyming book is a great book to read aloud to a very young primary classroom and helps practice learning how to count to 10. It is probably best for a preschool or kindergarten class. The book has really beautiful illustrations as it tells the story of counting Easter eggs and sharing them.
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4 reviews
May 8, 2017

This is a cute book with easy to recognize rhyming words. My toddler loves these types of books and this one was perfect for her. The illustrations were cute as well.
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227 reviews
November 27, 2020
Great book that not only teaches how to count to ten but explains the importance in Sharing!
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168 reviews1 follower
February 12, 2017
Counting Made Fun

Learning to count can be fun in this illustrated storybook with Easter eggs. The rhyming verse will hold attention and children can count along as they go.

Good for springtime and getting ready for the Easter season.
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Author 1 book69 followers
April 28, 2013
This is a wonderful, and colorful counting book using easter eggs and rhyming. It has a simple message about sharing what you have. In the book a young girl is given Easter eggs. As she counts to ten she tells who she will share her Easter Eggs with. Haylee liked this book because she could read it to her brother. She said it was too easy because she already knew how to count to ten. She read it then had her brother count the numbers with her. I enjoyed the book because it was so bright and colorful. We read it on my Kindle Fire which meant the pictures were very bright. Once again, another great book by David Chuka to share with my grandkids and recommend to parents everywhere.
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1,546 reviews6 followers
April 12, 2016
David Chuka has wrote a cute story which young readers will enjoy. Not only does it help children learn how to count but it's rhyming verse makes the book sing-song pattern easier to read. Children will enjoy the colorful pictures, while parents and teachers will be pleased with the many learning opportunities.

Rhymes, counting, characters, different ethnicity in characters, sequencing are just a few of the many things you can discuss when reading this book.

But most of all it is a fun book to read which will be enjoyed by all who read it.
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Author 5 books70 followers
February 24, 2013
"Simply Written, Very Effective"
This young children's book is so ideal in teaching a child to count numbers as well as the thoughtfulness of sharing. The illustrations are simple to help a child learn, and adults will love sharing this story with a child on their lap. The rhyming techniques are cute and make me smile. A good book to add to a child's library.
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274 reviews20 followers
March 17, 2016
Counting Easter eggs is a great idea, but.....
1. The characters in the story were not realistic. When trying to have different cultures an Indian with a feather in their hair and leather clothes? Not seen now a days and especially at Easter. Try Thanksgiving with pilgrims.
2. Rhyming. I am a speech therapist and Helen and yelling do not rhyme unless you say the ing of yelling incorrectly.
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38 reviews3 followers
March 20, 2016
Ok for beginners

Cute counting book for maybe toddlers just learning to count or something, but too easy for my little guy. Ty
August 29, 2016
Nice book

My son loves it and request it all the time for a bedtime story! He counts everything in the book!
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