Count To 10 With A Mouse

Count To With A Mouse Mouse really wants to learn to count so he can find out how many fingers and toes he has He s spotted a hole in this counting book that s just his size and has crawled inside to start his adventure wi

  • Title: Count To 10 With A Mouse
  • Author: Margaret Wise Brown Kirsten Richards
  • ISBN: 9781445465821
  • Page: 380
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Mouse really wants to learn to count so he can find out how many fingers and toes he has He s spotted a hole in this counting book that s just his size and has crawled inside to start his adventure with numbers So, slowly and carefully, turn the pages and learn to count with Mouse

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    1. Count to 10 with a Mouse is a delightful book that teaches counting to children three to five years of age. It is the story of a mouse no bigger than a mole who tried to count his nose and toes but didn't know how to count. He sets of on adventure chewing his way through books to learn how to count. Each double page teaches a number along the way with cute illustrations done by Kristen Richards in a soft muted palette. Sophia loves the story and we can stretch it out by talking about the mouse, [...]

    2. This very cute counting book of a mouse working his way through a book really caught T's interest- I've read it to him a couple different times today, and he actually picked it up and read it to himself again later. However, there are 2 fairly significant issues with the book that keep me from giving it a 5-star rating, and that keep it from being a very good counting book. First, on the 1 page, it says "One hole" but it actually shows the mouse with two holes to go through. Second is the 9 page [...]

    3. Synopsis: "Mouse really wants to learn to count so he can find out how many fingers and toes he has. He's spotted a hole in this counting book that's just his size and has crawled inside to start his adventure with numbers. So, slowly and carefully, turn the pages and learn to count with Mouse!"My Review: This was an odd book. The illustrations are super cute however the story doesn't really make sense. It is a counting book but the things you are counting on each page don't seem to work togethe [...]

    4. This book uses imagery to count. Each page is a different number with a different number of animals. Every page is different and exciting. I would use this in a pre-k classroom to teach numbers.

    5. Written by Margaret Wise Brown (of Good Moon fame!), this wonderful children's counting book has all of the ingredients both children and their "adults" appreciate: A storyline with repetitive phrases on each page, illustrations that enrich the text, playful language, and the opportunity to bring readers together. Reprinted and re-illustrated by Kirsten Richards, it is lots of fun! And I gave it to my grand-daughter Lilly for her first birthday! (For a close look at Wise's life, which is really [...]

    6. Did Margaret Wise Brown write anything that wasn't delightful? Wish I had had her for an auntie of my own. Count to 10 With a Mouse is a charming, and cleverly-illustrated, counting book with delightful pictures of Mouse, who meanders through the holes in a book, counting as he goes. Its large scale makes it perfectly fun for reading with a little one in your lap.

    7. This is a sweet and simple book about a mouse who wants to count and finds a hole in his book that begins his counting experience. Each page has a different thing for the mouse to count, going from 1 to 10, each following the same sequence.

    8. When I bought this book for my little ones I had such high expectations! I love this authors works! However, as soon as we passed the third page the flow of the book was lost. The illustrations were beautiful and kept my kids attention but that was about it for this book.

    9. Another short little kids book, it has a good rhythm, and it is fun to read out loud. the pictures are simple and my daughter enjoys it a lot. Nothing negative about the book. Again one of the few books I own. =]

    10. Ihan ykköskuvitus ja kirjan läpi pujahtelua ja söpöjä kissojakin. Vähän aneemista loruttelua :( ja kymppiin laskemista.

    11. Fun read and great storytime read-aloud. I'm not normally a Margaret Wise Brown fan (I know, sacrilege, but this one won me over!

    12. It was cute, fun and very engaging for the children.I originally read the Spanish edition but I performed translations to accommodate all the children and they absolutely loved this book.

    13. Read this to my baby girl who loves the mouse it came with when I bought. I love it that it's short and simple and will help her learn as we read it many times.

    14. I love the rhythm of this book that makes reading it aloud a pleasure. The illustrations are adorable and are a fun way for practice with counting.

    15. I like how the book using rhyming words and repetition through out the book. It is and easy book for children learning to count and to reinforce their numbers, and also rhyming words.

    16. I got a new edition of this book at Sam's Club. My four year old absolutely loves it. It follows a mouse as he learns to count but running through holes in a book.

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