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Engines, Engines: A Colourful Counting Book

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An illustrated colour counting book, based upon an Indian rhyme, that takes a young reader through the numbers from 1-10.
Paperback, 25 pages
Published March 1st 2001 by Bloomsbury UK
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Jules Spriddle
This book has been a firm favourite with my 4 year old for nearly 2 years now. She loves all of the illustrations which relate to Indian culture and never fail to prompt a lot of discussion. Add in that she loves trains and it is a lovely counting rhyme means this book is a definite winner in our household, read over and over again.
Becca Holcomb
Apr 10, 2011 rated it liked it
Shelves: math, bilingual
This book is a great read for two reasons. I would use it in my class for a math lesson, because the kids in the story ride the engine and count up to ten. It is also a mulitcultral book, because the story links back to the Indian culture.
Apr 10, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: ece-3601, math
This is a good book for counting up to ten, this is also a good book for introducing rhyming and poetry.
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