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by Teri Sloat

eBook From One To One Hundred (Turtleback School  Library Binding Edition) download ISBN: 0613363639
Author: Teri Sloat
Publisher: Turtleback Books; Turtleback School & Library ed. edition (May 1, 1995)
Language: English
ePub: 1764 kb
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Rating: 4.9
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Category: Children's Books

Library Binding: 288 pages. This book is absolutely captivating. If you have not read the original story of Watership Down, I advise you do before reading this book.

Library Binding: 288 pages. This is a compilation of stories ranging from the mysterious and ever so loved El-Ahrairah to stories straight from the rabbits themselves and so on. Coltsfoot’s story of the ghost had me so entranced I found myself in the story itself.

by Teri Sloat First published October 30th 1991. Published May 1st 1995 by Turtleback Books. Showing 1-6 of 6. From One To One Hundred (Hardcover). Published October 30th 1991 by Dutton Books.

Library Binding: 400 pages. The story moved quickly and definitely kept my interest the whole way through and like most of Sparks' books, this one tugged at the heartstrings and I found myself on an emotional roller coaster, up and down, while reading it. This book was good enough that in a few years I will probably pull it out again and re-read it. And I very seldom re-read books. 4 people found this helpful.

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Library Binding: 224 pages. Under this tremendous amount of stress, it is not unusual for one to crack like Nate. Now on to the book, the illustrations are simple, but, elaborates every situation or feeling clearly. The simplicity of the illustrations tell the story really well.

More than one hundred million copies of her books are in print in the United States . School & Library Binding. Condition: VERY GOOD. Light rubbing wear to cover, spine and page edges

More than one hundred million copies of her books are in print in the United States alone. Her books are international bestsellers. Bibliographic Details. Publisher: Turtleback Books Publication Date: 1991 Binding: School & Library Binding Book Condition: GOOD. Light rubbing wear to cover, spine and page edges. Very minimal writing or notations in margins not affecting the text. Possible clean ex-library copy, with their stickers and or stamp(s). Seller Inventory 2891470117.

School & Library Binding published 1996-03-01 by Turtleback. School & Library Binding published March 1996. Granny Weatherwax and the witches of the kingdom of Lancre must halt an infestation of faerie trash that brings the kingdom to its knees and disrupts the royal wedding.

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FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. Illustrations of people and animals introduce the numbers one through ten and then, counting by tens, move on up to 100.
Comments: (7)
The Pictures were great.. But the book does not count all the way to 100.. it counts to 20, and then counts by tens from there... I get that if it counted to 100 it would be a lot of pages, but I would have enjoyed looking at that many pages.
My 3 1/2 year old grandson loves this book!! That is the best recommendation I can make!
In my Kindergarten classroom.
Love the books, thanks!
Though the pages are informative for a child to learn counting, but the book is disappointing as the counting is not exactly from 1 to 100. The counting goes from 1 to 10 and then with increments of 10 rather than 1. So after 10 it is 20, 30, 40.. 100.
I am sorry to see that this book is not available in hardback, for it is the best counting book I have ever come across. It goes MUCH beyond the normal counting books in effectiveness.
For starters, each page has a "textured" numeral for the child to trace with his finger, with visual guides to help separate the strokes. (If this sounds technical, it isn't, at least in the way it is presented to the child.)
The other neat thing is that each page presents SEVERAL items to count, and some are placed in slightly unexpected places, adding a simple search game that helps to hold a young child's attention. (For example, on the number-four page, the reader is to find four gulls, four dolphins, and four towels. Now, three towels are hanging neatly on towel rings, but where is the fourth? A little boy in the illustration is wearing it!)
And of course, another nice thing about this book is that it does go all the way to one hundred, counting by tens. My sister reported that this book was the finishing touch in getting her daughter to be able to master the concept that when one counts to twenty-nine, the thirties come next, then the forties, etc. My own daughter hasn't quite made that leap yet, but now that I'm ordering our very own paperback rather than having to make do with the copy at the library, maybe there is still hope!
They have done a good job grouping the objects in clusters so that the counting can be easier. I don't mind that they skip the numbers between the 10's. The benefit is each number, like 40, gets multiple objects that a child can count to 40, based on their interest. It's a good mix of pictures and objects and styles, so the child gets to develop their identification skills. There are plenty of other lists that you can make to teach a kid to count between 40 and 50.
I ordered this book based on the cover since it looked like a good children's counting book. As an educator I would not recommend this book. The pictures often have random drawings (ex. 70 bees drawn next to 70 hot-air balloons, with the whole page stressing some random radio news).
I also found the page for the number 10 very odd. Why does a children's counting book need to have a girl in a shower, half-clothed?? Furthermore, the drawing for the number zero is a totally unclothed child sitting on what looks like clouds forming zero. Artistic expression or not, as a parent I do not find these 2 mentioned drawings appropriate for children's books.