Tally O'Malley

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Harper Collins, Sep 1, 2004 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 31 pages
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The O'Malleys are off to the beach! But it's a long, hot, boring drive. What can Eric, Bridget, and Nell do to keep busy? Play tally games, of course -- counting up all the gray cars or green T-shirts they see. Whoever has the most marks at the end wins the game.

Eric wins the first game. Bridget wins the second. It seems like poor Nell will never win a game! But Nell has the luck of the Irish on her side, and a surprise in store for her big brother and sister.

 

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User Review  - kspannagel - LibraryThing

The O'Malleys are off to the beach, but it's a long, hot, boring drive. So Eric, Bridget, and Nell play tally games, of course. They do so by counting up all the gray cars or green T-shirts they see. Whoever has the most marks at the end wins the game. Good story for first grade in my opinion. Read full review

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Don't miss this book - if you ever take a car vacation with your kids! The three kids in this family have three opportunities to play "who can find the most _____ in the color ______ " along the day ... Read full review

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About the author (2004)

Stuart J. Murphy is a visual learning specialist. A graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design, he has a strong background in design and art direction. He also has extensive experience in the world of educational publishing. Drawing on all these talents, Stuart J. Murphy brings a unique perspective to the MathStart series. In MathStart books, pictures do more than tell stories; they teach math.

Stuart J. Murphy and his wife, Nancy, live in Boston.

Cynthia Jabar lives on a small island off the coast of Maine where she loves to paint, to kayak, and to illustrate books for children. Other books she's illustrated include The Greatest Gymnast of All by Stuart J. Murphy and Mommies are for Counting Stars by Harriet Ziefert. She doesn't love washing her car or the dishes!

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