Book Reviews

age 4+
 
Book gently encourages kids to compare and count.
By Mitsumasa Anno
(1975)
age 2+
 
Friendly, colorful monsters delight young readers.
By Jonathan Emmett
(2000)
age 2+
 
Nighttime book is more fun than fright.
By Susan L. Roth
(2000)
age 2+
 
This book keeps readers counting and guessing.
By Carol P. Saul
(1998)
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age 2+
 
A rollicking journey from numbers one to 10.
By Sandra Boynton
(1993)
age 6+
 
Learn the tricks up every mathematician's sleeve.
By Bruce Goldstone
(2006)
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age 13+
 
Eating disorder recovery tale is raw and honest.
By Sarah Darer Littman
(2009)
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age 13+
 
Disturbing, lauded eating disorder read; discuss with teens.
By Laurie Halse Anderson
(2009)
age 5+
 
Curious kids will appreciate the honest facts-of-life book.
By Robie H. Harris
(2006)
age 14+
 
Eating disorder read is a great conversation starter.
By Liane Shaw
(2009)
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age 11+
 
Girl-geek makeover tale with a great healthy eating message.
By Robin Brande
(2009)
age 3+
 
Great for counting, adding, detail-seeking...and giggling.
By Gianna Marino
(2010)
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age 7+
 
Only parents know when it's time for this book.
By Robie H. Harris
(2004)
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age 2+
 
Cute animals and nonsense make counting fun.
By Sandra Boynton
(2008)
age 12+
 
Painful, relatable look at teen's family and diet struggles.
By K.A. Barson
(2013)
age 3+
 
Zany, interactive tale of trying to find and count monkeys.
By Mac Barnett
(2013)