One Gray Mouse

One Gray Mouse

Book - 1997
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Univ of Toronto Pr
From "One gray mouse in a black mouse house" to "Ten red snails in a gray snail pail," learning to count has never been so much fun! A colorful cast of characters, cleverly shaped from Fimo, helps young children learn colors, animals and the numbers from one to ten. Kids will have fun following the adventurous mouse as he scampers from picture to picture, gathering objects from every page.

Baker & Taylor
Rhyming text presents the numbers from one to ten and ten different colors

Publisher: Scholastic, 1997
ISBN: 9781550742251
Characteristics: p. ; cm
Additional Contributors: Fernandes, Kim


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Feb 05, 2017

The art for this book is absolutely beautiful. Highly detailed clay (playdough?) pictures that have been photographed. I also enjoyed the little rhyme after each counting statement. My son spontaneously started counting the animals just named, so I think he liked it too.
Functionally, it's a "learn to count to ten" book with one page per number, but it's a gorgeous one.

Jul 02, 2011

This is a great simple book for babies and toddlers. Fabulous illustrations (looks like playdoh). Teaches colours and numbers but not in an overt way

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