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By H. A. Rey

The jam-packed Curious George counting ebook . . . now on hand in paperback with a smaller trim and an attention-grabbing new cover!
Can George count number all of the solution to a hundred? He has picked the suitable day to attempt: It’s his town’s a centesimal birthday at the present time, and everybody is popping out to celebrate!
younger minds (and little arms) will examine besides George, learning various suggestions for counting to a hundred, similar to grouping and mapping. every one colourful web page good points commonplace issues to count number, from domestic (toys, footwear, plates) to the park (bugs, sticks, clouds) to college (paste, crayons, books). Now, in a newly redesigned paperback with a smaller trim and vibrant new hide, this is often the fitting ebook for celebrating counting, numbers, and the a hundredth day of faculty.

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