One, Two, Three

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Cedco Publishing Company, 1995 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 28 pages
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Counting comes easy with images that catch the eye. Babies and children posing as floppy-eared bunnies, fine-feathered ducks, and blossoming daffodils are among the memorable cast Anne Geddes has assembled to illustrate numbers one to ten. At the end, each number is depicted in order on a pullout spread. Comes with dust jacket.

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Section 1
Section 2
Section 3

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About the author (1995)

Anne Geddes is one of the world's most respected and acclaimed photographers. Her classic images of newborns grace greeting cards, calendars, books, stationery, and photo albums. With two "New York Times" best-sellers to her credit, Anne has enjoyed worldwide critical and public acclaim.

Author's web site: www.annegeddes.com/

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