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Gareth Stevens Pub., Jan 1, 2001 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 24 pages
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Each of these charming books leads the youngest book lovers to their first encounters with such important concepts as numbers, colors, opposites, and the alphabet. Bright colors, cute and clever animal characters caught in amusing situations, and simple easy-to-follow text are guaranteed to engage young readers and listeners alike. Parents and teachers will also delight in the ease with which young learners will grasp the fundamental principles of learning and organization illustrated in each of these books.Two zany clowns and a circus bear share a laugh and a cry. A big, strong elephant dashes across a field of grass, pulled along on a leash by a tiny little mouse. A right-handed cat paints mice as a left-handed dog paints cats. These and other delightfully opposite situations will give children plenty of people, objects, and sensations to compare and contrast.

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Written and illustrated by Roger Pare with Bertrand Gauthier

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