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by Salina Yoon

eBook Count My Blessings, One Through Ten download ISBN: 0399246606
Author: Salina Yoon
Publisher: Putnam Juvenile; 1 edition (October 5, 2006)
Language: English
Pages: 32
ePub: 1793 kb
Fb2: 1900 kb
Rating: 4.6
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Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Growing Up and Facts of Life

One through ten, he finds something to be thankful for. Each blessing is for a familiar item, drawing a connection .

One through ten, he finds something to be thankful for. Each blessing is for a familiar item, drawing a connection between everyday life and the things we value most. A simple concept and a sweet sentiment, accompanied by bright, winsome illustrations, makes a book ideal for learning numbers as well as for repeated bedtime readings. Also, makes for a great gift with wide appeal, certain to be treasured by audiences both old and new.

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At bedtime, a child lists ten special blessings from butterflies to homemade treasures for which to thank God.

Varying Form of Title: Count my blessings one through ten. Publication, Distribution, et. New York At bedtime, a child lists ten special blessings from butterflies to homemade treasures for which to thank God. Rubrics: Prayer Fiction Bedtime Stories in rhyme Counting. Download now Count my blessings : 1 through 10 Salina Yoon. Download PDF book format. Download DOC book format.

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Count My Blessings 1 Through 10. I've had a warm correspondence with Salina Yoon, who creates novelty books - unusual and eye-catching board books, often with lots shimmer and glitter for happy little hands. Both her Easter and Hanukkah books earned high marks on this site.

Bold blocks of color in frames give a primary feel to this counting book. ISBN. 0399246606 (ISBN13: 9780399246609). Bold blocks of color in frames give a primary feel to this counting book. Salina Yoon is an award-winning author/illustrator of over 150 books for children, including Penguin and Pinecone, Penguin on Vacation, Penguin in Love, Penguin and Pumpkin, Penguin's Big Adventure, Found, and Stormy Night. Her latest book, Be a Friend, was a Winter 2015-2016 Kids' Indie Next Pick.

Ten wooden toys that Grandfather built. This sweet story helps you count objects and read numbers. Best of all, it will remind you to count your very own blessings.

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At bedtime, a child lists ten special blessings--from butterflies to homemade treasures--for which to thank God.
Comments: (5)
Manazar
The Count your Blessings book went with the fabric that was to be a book, but I made a quilt for my very young grandson, and his parents read the book and point out the matching squares on the quilt. Both are excellent.
Zepavitta
One of the zillion cool things about blogging is getting acquainted with some of the authors, who otherwise wouldn't know me if I stole their pens at a book signing.

I've had a warm correspondence with Salina Yoon, who creates novelty books -- unusual and eye-catching board books, often with lots shimmer and glitter for happy little hands. Both her Easter and Hanukkah books earned high marks on this site.

She's now aimed her colorful magic to everyday blessings in a counting book. A teddy bear says his nightly prayers for his family and favorite toys: one house, two parents, three friends, etc.:

Bless my friends both old and new.

Bless my pets, so dear to me too.

The pictures are awash in vivid primary colors, with lots of fun purples especially, but I miss all the shiny stuff. That's okay, it's simple and sweet and makes something abstract -- praying to an invisible deity -- concrete by counting things that are real to the child.
Dori
Count My Blessings: One Through Ten is a cute little book filled with interesting pictures that are sure to hold your young child's attention. The author has penned a bedtime prayer and illustrated it with pictures to go along with the words.

1 -- bless my house

2 -- bless my parents

3 -- bless my friends

And on it goes through 10, with each item being a day-to-day thing that all children are familiar with.

I read the book out loud right away to my four-year-old daughter and my nineteen-month-old daughter and both were fascinated by the colorful pictures. My four-year-old knows how to count already, but she said that this is a good book to teach her sister how to count.

Armchair Interviews says: This is also a good bedtime story for young children, both boys and girls.
LiTTLe_NiGGa_in_THE_СribE
Bold blocks of color in frames give a primary feel to this counting book. Although attractive, it was not exactly what I expected from the reviews. I had expected more of a "I am thankful for..." or "Thank you for..." book. Instead, it is a numbered list of requests for God to bless various people, places, or things. Not bad -- just different than I expected.

The rhymes for each number are well done, except for one awkward line:
"Bless my stuffed animals -- to sleep, I will take."

Nice for little tots who need visual prompting for their prayers.
Gela
Count My Blessings is an adorable book that I enjoyed reading to my one-year old. It is written as a Thank You prayer and includes the full prayer at the back of the book so that you could easily use this prayer to teach your child to pray.