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Numeralia (Hardcover)

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Numeralia Lujan, Jorge/ Isol (ILT)/ Ouriou, Susan (TRN) 1 of 1
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Format: Hardcover
ISBN-10: 1554984440
ISBN-13: 9781554984442
Sku: 252650948
Publish Date: 2/25/2014
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 11.5H x 9.5L x 0.5T
 
From the first page of this collaboration between Lujn and Isol, it''s clear that this is not just another counting book. Whether they are discovering that three is for bedtime kisses, or that five is for secret creatures hiding in a glove, readers are sure to delight in the poetic and sometimes surreal text. Full color.
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From the first page of this unusual and original collaboration between Jorge Luján and Isol, readers will realize that this is not just another counting book. Whether they are discovering that three is for bedtime kisses, or that five is for secret creatures hiding in a glove, children will delight in the poetic and sometimes surreal text. The illustrations by Isol, winner of the 2012 Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award, depict a world at once familiar and strange, a place where the three musketeers can suddenly become six, and the ugly duckling is not so ugly after all. This is a book that presents children with the opportunity to go beyond simply learning to count from zero to ten. The book will encourage very young children (and older ones as well) to create their own meanings and make their own connections between the text and the art.
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