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Rooster's Off to See the World by Eric Carle
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Feb 03, 2011

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Eric Carle does a great job writing a creative story and using math within the plot. The main character, Rooster plans to see the whole world, but doesn't want to go alone. So, he sets off on his journey to find friends to help him along the way. He runs into one animal, then two, then three, and so on. After he has a large group of different animals with him to travel the world, they all decide the journey is too hard to take--there's nowhere to sleep and it's too cold! So the animals return back and rooster never makes his trip around the world. This book is great for young students working on addition, sequencing, and counting!

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