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Download Canada 123 epub

by Per-Henrik Gürth,Kim Bellefontaine

Bold landscapes and an adorable cast of characters count their way across a colorful tour of Canada from coast to coast. This vibrant board book is sure to have youngsters making trips from one to ten and back again.
Download Canada 123 epub
ISBN: 1554532353
ISBN13: 978-1554532353
Category: Children
Subcategory: Geography & Cultures
Author: Per-Henrik Gürth,Kim Bellefontaine
Language: English
Publisher: Kids Can Press (February 1, 2008)
ePUB size: 1555 kb
FB2 size: 1689 kb
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 708
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Children loved recognizing the "Canadian" items as much as they loved to count them. Some careful thought has gone into the placement of the items to be counted. There is a lot of potential conversation around how to count them, where to start, where to end, half on the page, boaters or boats...And the text is simple enough that the number talk can happen quite naturally. The kindle edition means I can project the image to share with the class or share it one on one on my ipad. This is a great addition to an early educator's collection or a book to curl up with your child to enjoy!
Our infant loves this series. We started with ABC of Canada. He coos at each page.

The 123 book seens a lot shorter than ABC which was a bit sad.
Not exactly what I was looking for but still a cute little book for my Granddaughter. I will continue to look for a book about Canada .
Great little book for the Canadian little one. Beautiful pictures. I got it for my nieces, they love it!
Super simple, and a lot of fun! Also full of random Canadian-ness!
I love a good book about Canada, especially when I live in the USA. I want my kids to know where their Mama comes from.
This is a great board book for early readers. It has a lot of fun illustrations and is a great gift for little Canadians or Canadian wanna bes
My son is only five months old but shows an interest in books and loves being read to! This book is one of his favorites. The pictures grab his attention and it is a perfect length for little readers. As children grow and develop this book allows them to participate more by counting the objects on each page. We also really enjoys ABC of Canada and I would highly recommend both books.