Count with Dora! (Dora the Explorer)

Count with Dora Dora the Explorer Young fans will love helping Dora count coconuts bananas and pineapples in English and Spanish

  • Title: Count with Dora! (Dora the Explorer)
  • Author: Phoebe Beinstein Thompson Brothers
  • ISBN: 9780689848186
  • Page: 421
  • Format: Board book
  • Young fans will love helping Dora count coconuts, bananas, and pineapples in English and Spanish.

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    1. The first book I chose to review is Dora the Explorer: Count with Dora! by Phoebe Beinstein. In the book, Dora and her friends want to go on a picnic. They need help putting fruit in their basket. They count from 1 to 10 depending on how much fruit they pick. She and her friends gather pineapples, bananas, oranges, guavas, limes, mangoes, cherries, strawberries, blueberries, and coconuts. When they are finished collecting the fruit, they all have a picnic together! This book is recommended for c [...]

    2. There is nothing really special about the Dora books imo except that my kids love her character. Count with Dora is pretty much what you'd except, a simple counting book with recognizable characters from the TV series.

    3. We've loved this little book now for half of my son's life. It has Spanish and English plus unique and standard varieties of fruit. The illustrations hold the attention of my son. I don't tend to like books about tv characters. I make an exception on this one.

    4. This is a nice Dora bilingual book for counting fruits. Good illustrations on the most part, nice that Tico uses phonetics for the Spanish pronouncing in the corner of each page. Some of the fruits are probably more popular in Latin America but not so common elsewhere!!

    5. Dora had to count fruits. One pineapple, two bananas, three oranges, four guavas, five limes, six mangos, seven cherries, eight strawberries, nine blueberries, ten coconuts. That's it. - by Felicity

    6. Got it when Robert was into Dora, and getting interested in numbers (and foods). You can pretty easily skip the Spanish with toddlers if you like; it may be more difficult once they start recognizing words on the page.

    7. A nice board book for counting to 10 in English and Spanish. I liked that they include pronunciations on each page.

    8. My daughter loved it!my daughter loved counting the fruit with most of the characters in the movie. The bright colors were nice too!

    9. Board book with a fruit and number on each page. Dora makes counting easy in Spanish and English. Also teaches fruits in Spanish!

    10. As much as Dora annoys me, I must admit I love that this book includes the pronunciation of the Spanish words. It's much easier to read that way!

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