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Minnie's Diner by
Publication Date: 2004-07-08
With a singsong rhythm, comical illustrations, and a down-home flavor, Dayle Ann Dodds and John Manders serve up a humorous lesson in multiplication. Down on the farm one morning, Papa McFay orders his sons to hop to their chores. But from Minnie's kitchen wafts a smell that gets the boys itchin', and one by one, they succumb to the call of that sweet aroma. Each brother arrives at Minnie's twice as hungry as his brother before — and looking for twice as much grub. Now what will happen when Papa McFay finds out his sons are gone and the chores are not done? The boys will be in double trouble for sure!
More, Fewer, Less by
Publication Date: 1998-10-29
In this lesson on quantities, Hoban focuses her camera on stacks of brightly colored teacups, the racks of shiny new shoes, and the bin full of mouth-watering candies. Answers to the questions depend on what (and how) the reader sees. Full color.
Double Those Wheels by
Publication Date: 2003-07-14
Monkey is making a very special delivery with a little help from a lot of wheels. Starting with a unicycle, Monkey doubles that wheel so he has two-a bicycle! Doubling again, two wheels become four-a car! The fun multiplies until sixty-four wheels-and a surprise ride-get him to the birthday celebration just in time. Children fascinated by vehicles will delight in Monkey's gentle adventure. And the lively read-aloud text and bright, graphic illustrations make this introduction to basic multiplication twice as nice. Illustrated by Steve Haskamp.
The Right Place for Albert by
Publication Date: 2012-09-01
Today is the day-Albert's very first trip to the People Kitchen! With help from his big sister, Wanda, Albert will hunt for all kinds of crumbs, treats, and goodies. But first he has to find a hiding place from the cat! (Math topic: One-to-One Correspondence)
Balancing Act by
Publication Date: 2010-09-21
Two clever mice try a balancing act but are interrupted by friends who want to play too in this delightful young concept book by Ellen Stoll Walsh.