One foot, two feet One mouse, three mice One goose, four geese
In this clever counting book, die-cut windows frame a single object and a turn of the page reveals a group. Featuring familiar objects and funny artwork, this inventive concept book is a great introduction to both counting and common irregular plural nouns.
A cumulative row of illustrations along the bottom of the pages shows all of the previous objects in order, so kids can keep track of where they are, and the book also contains a fun hide-and-seek game, inviting kids to spy a little airplane zooming through each spread.
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About Peter Maloney
Peter Maloney spent most of his childhood playing in the woods behind the house he grew up in in Cedar Grove, New Jersey. He wrote his first book, a 165-page novel called Journey Under The Pacific Ocean, when he was… More about Peter Maloney
Published by G.P. Putnam’s Sons Books for Young Readers May 12, 2011| 48 Pages| 3-5 years| ISBN 9780399254468