10 Hungry Rabbits: Counting and Color Concepts

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Alfred A. Knopf, 2012 - Juvenile Fiction - 24 pages
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One by one, 10 very hungry rabbits find 10 very yummy vegetables for Mama Rabbit's soup pot. Caldecott Honor Book artist Anita Lobel combines learning to count with color concepts in this mouth-watering celebration of good things to eat. One big purple cabbage, two white onions, three yellow peppers, and so on through 10—garden vegetables have never looked so appetizing! Here Anita Lobel makes a delightful story for preschoolers with the two most basic early learning concepts, counting and color. And her beautiful illustrations of vegetables might even tempt picky eaters into new adventures in eating!

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Review: 10 Hungry Rabbits: Counting & Color Concepts

User Review  - Lindi Kueckelhan - Goodreads

I love that this book used the numbers so much. I also love that it included each vegetable and the number at the top of the page so that the children can see them both really well while reading. It would make this book good for read alouds. Read full review

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User Review  - Daryl Murphy - Goodreads

PB34 - This book teaches young kids to count and colors, but it also teaches a lesson of helping out the family. Read full review

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About the author (2012)

ANITA LOBEL is well known and well loved by picture book fans young and old. Some of her standouts include her Caldecott Honor Book, On Market Street, written by Arnold Lobel, and, two books she wrote as well as illustrated, Alison's Zinnia and One Lighthouse, One Moon. Her most recent book, Nini Lost and Found, based on her own cat Nini's adventures,  was at the top of Booklist's Editors' Choice 2010 and was a Horn Book Fanfare Best Book of 2010.

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