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One Too Many: A Seek and Find Counting Book Book Poster Image
age 3+
Great for counting, adding, detail-seeking, and giggling.
By Gianna Marino
(2010)
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Pete the Cat and His Four Groovy Buttons Book Poster Image
age 3+
Cute cat, catchy ditty, simple math will hook tiny readers.
By Eric Litwin
(2012)
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1-2-3 Peas Book Poster Image
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age 3+
Super-appealing counting book with 100 cute peas in action.
By Keith Baker
(2012)
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One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish Book Poster Image
age 3+
Infectious rhymes great for early reading or read-aloud.
By Dr. Seuss
(1960)
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Count the Monkeys Book Poster Image
age 3+
Zany, interactive tale of trying to find and count monkeys.
By Mac Barnett
(2013)
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Kitty Cat, Kitty Cat, Are You Going to School? Book Poster Image
age 3+
Rhyming picture book promotes enthusiasm about school.
By Bill Martin Jr., Michael Sampson
(2013)
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The Numberlys Book Poster Image
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age 3+
Imaginative tale of inventing alphabet fosters creativity.
By William Joyce
(2014)
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R Is for Robot: A Noisy Alphabet Book Poster Image
age 3+
Robots + loud sounds = lots of phonics fun.
By Adam F. Watkins
(2014)
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Bear Counts Book Poster Image
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age 3+
Bear teaches counting to 5 in fun, simple rhyming book.
By Karma Wilson
(2015)
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Twenty Yawns Book Poster Image
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age 3+
Cozy, colorful bedtime tale helps kids count.
By Jane Smiley
(2016)
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Goodnight, Numbers Book Poster Image
age 3+
Rhyming bedtime book has sweet art and lots to count.
By Danica McKellar
(2017)
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A Parade of Elephants Book Poster Image
age 3+
Sweet, cozy counting book teaches basic preschool concepts.
By Kevin Henkes
(2018)
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One Is a Piñata: A Book of Numbers Book Poster Image
age 3+
Fun counting book introduces Latinx culture, Spanish words.
By Roseanne Greenfield Thong
(2019)
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