Why the Zero Was Sad?

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AuthorHouse, 2008 - 32 pages
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When Zero realized that he did not have any value he became very sad and tried to fit in where he did not belong. This story tells what happens when The Zero decides to cooperate. Why the Zero was Sad was written to give a creative look at the numbers from zero to ten. It will help young children learn to count in an amusing way, and also introduce young children to the rhyming of words."
 

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Cox is an illustrator and graphic designer for the Seattle Times.

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