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Search for hidden numeral shapes in this fun, rhyming picture book-- a perfect way to engage preschoolers learning numbers!
Number shapes are everywhere-- look up! Look down! Look here! Look there.
Rhymes invite children to look for numerals hidden in the pictures: A tall straight line Is number one./A rocket headed towards the sun!
Colorful illustrations of imaginative scenes hide the shapes of numbers 1 through 9. Dotted lines trace out these numeral shapes to help young readers find and recognize numbers, while charming rhyming text helps teach kids how to write numbers on their own.
This important pre-math skill becomes a fun seek-and-find game, and the rhythmic, rhyming text is fun to read aloud. Your young reader will learn to love to count!
A Poets.org 2021 Featured Fall Book for Young Readers
About the Author
Linda Leopold Strauss is the author of two books for Holiday House, A Fairy Called Hilary and The Elijah Door. She lives in Wyoming, Ohio with her husband in a tall, skinny house with three doors.
Sara Infante is an award-winning illustrator in her native country of Portugal. Her first book for Holiday House was Get Me Out of This Book!: Rules and Tools for Being Brave by Kalli Dakos and Deborah Cholette. She lives in Lisbon with her husband and children.
"[A] preschool-appropriate number- and counting-palooza."—The Horn Book
"A frolicsome picture book that familiarizes kids with the shapes of numerals, making them easier to recognize and, with practice, to write."—Booklist
"Not your typical number book. . . ."—School Library Journal