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by Lois Ehlert

eBook Fish Eyes: A Book You Can Count On (Turtleback School  Library Binding Edition) download ISBN: 0785701796
Author: Lois Ehlert
Publisher: Turtleback Books; Bound for Schools & Libraries ed. edition (August 17, 1992)
Language: English
ePub: 1626 kb
Fb2: 1832 kb
Rating: 4.4
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Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Early Learning

My 3 year old got back from preschool one day and asked for this "fish book" that Miss Beth had read to them in school.

My 3 year old got back from preschool one day and asked for this "fish book" that Miss Beth had read to them in school. stripe fish, dotted fish etc. I love the colors in the book and the numbers counting educational aspect of it. It reads really well and my son asks me to read this to him everyday.

Fish Eyes big book: A Book You Can Count On (Big Book). Published July 17th 2012 by HMH Books for Young Readers. Published August 17th 1992 by Turtleback Books. Author(s): Lois Ehlert. ISBN: 0547722117 (ISBN13: 9780547722115). ISBN: 060601022X (ISBN13: 9780606010221).

Flashy fish" in Ehlert's typically electric hues swim through this imaginative counting book. Please don't ask why because even I don't understand. Whatever works when it comes to learning experiences I will invest in my grandbaby's interest. 2 people found this helpful.

Published August 17th 1992 by Turtleback Books (first published 1990). The illustrations are great and very Fish Eyes by Lois Ehlert is about a fish who swims through the sea, and sees a bunch of colorful fish. Fish Eyes: A Book You Can Count On. ISBN. 060601022X (ISBN13: 9780606010221). He sees fish in different number groups, and counts the fish, plus him. He sees long fish, skinny fish, dart fish, fan fish, and any other fish you can imagine.

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Brightly colored fish introduce young children to counting and basic addition in this fun and simple concept book. A visual treat from start to finish.

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FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. A counting book depicts the colorful fish a child might see if he turned into a fish himself.
Comments: (7)
Xmatarryto
Of all the counting books I purchased for my grandbaby, this book was her favorite counting book. Please don't ask why because even I don't understand. Whatever works when it comes to learning experiences I will invest in my grandbaby's interest. Personally I liked the gorilla counting book but hey, that's me.
Brakree
My 3 year old got back from preschool one day and asked for this "fish book" that Miss Beth had read to them in school. I emailed the said teacher and promptly received an Amazon prime shipment two days later of this book full f beautiful fish....stripe fish, dotted fish etc. I love the colors in the book and the numbers counting educational aspect of it. It reads really well and my son asks me to read this to him everyday. Highly recommend!
GODMAX
I read this to preschoolers before an art project. They really got into it. Lovely and simple images, and concept. (The small brown "additional" fish is a bonus, which the older children caught on to quickly.)
Flarik
As a children's librarian, I'm familiar with most quality picture books. Now that I'm a grandmother I find it's difficult finding good literature for babies, but this book is perfect. My grandson has been fascinated with it since I gave it to him at 4 months, and now he's 9 months, he keeps finding new ways to interact. The colors attracted him first, the text is just the right length so he doesn't lose interest (and it's well written), we can practice counting (and move on to the addition when he's older). Unlike some board books, I can hold it so the next page opens just enough for him to grab it and turn it himself. Now he's discovered he can poke his finger into the 'fish eye' holes, and I can touch it from the back of the page, or move my finger over the back of the holes so the fish seem to blink. This is a concept book on so many levels, and an activity book as well; it's never boring. I only wish there were more of this caliber.
Fawrindhga
It was very colorful and eye catching.
Went Tyu
Child liked it.
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"Fish Eyes" is a pleasure to read aloud, and the colorful illustrations are a treat. This book will appeal to young children on many levels, and they will continue to find it fascinating as they grow older. When they conquer the basic counting concepts in the primary story, they will enjoy the subtle lesson in addition that is included as obtional text. As an added bonus, the cut-out fish eyes are make the book fun for very young children to flip through and enjoy on their own.