Count and see

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Macmillan, Apr 1, 1972 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 41 pages
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Photographs of common objects and events illustrate the numbers one through one hundred.

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User Review  - sonya337 - LibraryThing

Count and See is a great learning tool for counting association. Next to the number 5, the picture shows five real windows in a building. Children and adults can read the number and count the objects ... Read full review

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User Review  - Vilo - Goodreads

I am always looking for counting books including 11-20 since it's the toughest stretch. This is one of the best. It uses 10 frames and after 20 goes by 10s to 100. Read full review

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Tana Hoban has won more than a dozen gold medals and other prizes for her work as a photographer, filmmaker and television commercial consultant. Her photographs are in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art and have been part of such exhibitions as The Family of Man. Her two previous books, Shapes and Things and Look Again! received unanimous critical acclaim. Tana Hoban has one daughter and lives in Philadelphia with her husband.

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