123 New York (Cool Counting Books) (Board book)

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123 New York (Cool Counting Books) (Board book)

By Puck

$7.95


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Counting has never been this cool!

Count from 1 to 10 with some of New York's most beloved symbols in this board book designed for curious children and their parents. From 1 is for the Statue of Liberty to 10 is for hot dogs, 123 New York is a unique and whimsical take on a counting book. Discover the Empire State Building, apples, subway cars, yellow taxis, and more, all depicted here using contemporary, minimalist illustrations, dazzling colors and bold, clear design.

On the final page, 123 New York includes a complete location list, in English and Spanish, where parents can locate the symbols and landmarks and plan an entertaining trip New York day, whether you're a visitor or a local!

While practicing essential number skills, kids will enjoy reading 123 New York over and over again.

Puck is the author of dozens of children’s books, including New York Baby and My Foodie ABC. He is also the creative chief behind duopress labs, the company responsible for book series like TummyTime, Terra Babies at Home, Pop Out Books, and many more.

Product Details ISBN: 9780979621307
ISBN-10: 0979621305
Publisher: duopress
Publication Date: April 1st, 2008
Pages: 22
Language: English
Series: Cool Counting Books
"Kevin Somers's bold, simple illustrations represent numbers one through ten using familiar images. Author Puck explains the book's contents [in English and Spanish], neatly sidestepping interborough rivalry." Time Out New York Kids

"For a born and bred New Yorker, 123 New York is a great choice . . . we love the hip and bright pop art graphics . . . you'll enjoy talking about the colors and shapes with your child with this contemporary and spirited take on classic picture books." —Mamanista.com

"These board books are super-quick reads with all pictures and numbers. Perfect for teaching my 2 year old to count." —classymommy.com