Counting Birds

Counting Birds One by one colorful birds land in a tree Ten birds in all Each one with its own song and as the pages turn with the growing number of birds so do their songs when combined Children can learn the num

  • Title: Counting Birds
  • Author: Jing Jing Tsong
  • ISBN: 9781589256385
  • Page: 137
  • Format: Board Book
  • One by one colorful birds land in a tree Ten birds in all Each one with its own song and as the pages turn, with the growing number of birds, so do their songs when combined Children can learn the numbers one through ten with this stylish introduction to counting.

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    1. Birds love to fly and then perch on a tree and sing. But, what could happen when a bunch of birds get together in one tree? Two birds tweet. Three birds Tweet and Tikka-ka-ka. Four birds Tweet, Tikka-ka-ka and Coo. By the end of this feathery tale, you can just imagine how much noise these little singers could make, that is until a little kitty comes creeping along.Jing Jing Tsong has created a funny counting story with birds. Each sturdy page holds a braised number. Beginners will learn to coun [...]

    2. This book is designed to make me sound ridiculous. How many birds are in the tree? It won't come as a surprise to learn there are ten. Each of them makes a silly bird-call which the reader is encouraged to say to one's child over and over and over (and over) again. Tweet! Tweet! Tikka-ka-ka! Coo! Chee-chee! Wee! Doodle-do! CAW! Koh-oh! Try it yourself, preferably in a public place full of adults. Endless fun.

    3. Well designed book. The raised numbering on each bottom left page sign is a nice feature so kids can trace over it with their finger. The book is colorful - both illustrations and key text words. It's a fun book to read out loud and point to the pictures of birds and count them.

    4. Beautiful pictures, and both my preschooler and infant love the bird sounds. Call me crazy, but I think my 6 month old has started "ka-ka"ing along. I keep renewing this one from the library, and it may soon be time to purchase it for keeps.

    5. Good and unique counting book. great twist at the end. Some of the "sound" noises start getting annoying to read repetitively.

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