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Monster Knows Numbers
This title covers these subjects: Counting., Numbers., Toys.
Monster Knows Numbers
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Monster Knows Numbers

by Lori Capote
Illustrated by Kirby Wass

This monster is ready to have fun with you! Can you count the yo-yos covered in goo? Numbers from 1 to 20 this monster will share. Join him and learn counting, if you dare!

 
Dewey513.2'11
GenrePoetry and Drama
  
Reading LevelGrades 3-4
Interest LevelGrades PreK-3
GRLH
Lexile Level430L
Early Intervention Level14
  
Text TypeLiterature: Poetry
  
ISBN978-1-4048-7946-1
PublisherPicture Window Books
Copyright2013
  
Page Dimensions9" x 9"
Page Count24
LanguagesEnglish
BindingReinforced Library Binding
Hardcover
List Price: $25.32 School/Library Price
$18.99
 
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Reviews

Michelle Write blog - Michelle

"...a great book for a teacher to teach backwards counting.  It has all of the necessary ingredients to make it interesting lesson for math." - Michelle Write blog

February 4, 2013

Kirkus Reviews

"Wass’ highly saturated, graphic cartoons are pleasingly retro, and the monster is goofily friendly with one fang protruding from a perpetual grin. . . .provides a pleasingly challenging counting experience for monster lovers." - Kirkus Reviews

February 27, 2013

Books For Kids blog - Dena McMurdie

"I picked this book up because I thought that my kids would enjoy it.  They are in the target age group and they both like monsters. The counting is fun, and the illustrations are entertaining." - Books For Kids blog

January 26, 2013

 

Kids Book Central - CJ Redwine

"...a fun, engaging way to teach young readers how to count. . . .I highly recommend." - Kids Book Central

February 11, 2013

Second Bookshelf on the Right blog - Mai

"This book is a really fun way to teach little kids about counting. . . .The colors are bright. The combination of the rhymes and the illustrations make this a solid book." - Second Bookshelf on the Right blog

January 23, 2013

NetGalley Review - Jay Johns

"Cute little counting book for your little monster." - NetGalley Review

April 17, 2013

 

NetGalley Review - Stacie Wyatt

"...a cute way to teach kids the numbers. I loved the graphics." - NetGalley Review

August 26, 2013

Jessy's Bookends blog - Jess

"This is a charming learning book for our kids to learn to count. . . .I recommend this book as a learning tool for little kiddies up to kindergarten." - Jessy's Bookends blog

March 21, 2013

NetGalley Review - Carole Hirsche

"...a cute concept book for toddlers. The large pictures are bright and colorful." - NetGalley Review

May 30, 2013

 

NetGalley Review - Kenya

"This was a fun book to read to my kids. They loved it…" - NetGalley Review

December 12, 2012

Enchanting Children's Book Reviews blog - Jen McNamara

"Talk about appropriate use of color! Illustrator Chip Wass made sure this book was vibrantly illustrated. It will definitely keep any child’s attention as they learn to count from 1-10." - Enchanting Children's Book Reviews blog

February 13, 2013

NetGalley Review - Ryan A. Franklin, Librarian, Mattoon Public Library

"Number books that count 1-10 are a dime a dozen, but that doesn’t mean this one isn’t worth it. The concepts are simple, but I love the colorful illustrations." - NetGalley Review

March 20, 2013

 

Kids, Teens & Tweens blog

"Great little book for pre-schoolers. The colors are vivid and the book is very engaging. . . .This book comes highly suggested. Pick it up and start counting with your little one!" - Kids, Teens & Tweens blog

January 16, 2013

Publishers Weekly

"An egg-shaped turquoise monster with multiple appendages, electric pink hair, and one gleaming eye gives readers a tour of his abode, as he counts up to 10: “6 bug cookies makes great morning snacks./ 7 bats hang down. It’s time to relax.” The Technicolor palette and gently mischievous items the monster points out (which include jump-rope snakes, spiky teddy bears, and goo-covered yoyos) make this a lively counting exercise." - Publishers Weekly

February 11, 2013

NetGalley Review - Michelle Molina, Educator

"My niece LOVED this. She loved the look of the monsters and the ability to use her new skill...counting." - NetGalley Review

January 21, 2013

 

NetGalley Review - Misty Hazard, Librarian

"Great board that has the colors and fun illustrations children will love." - NetGalley Review

January 17, 2013

NetGalley Review - Lorin Walker

"Love the illustrations which were bright and cheerful…" - NetGalley Review

January 15, 2013

NetGalley Review - Beth Reineke, Estherville Public Library, IA

"Loved it; we will be adding this to our collection. I liked the bold colors and quirky monsters." - NetGalley Review

March 7, 2013

 
Lori Capote

Lori Capote

First-time author Lori Capote is a former newspaper reporter and editor. She lives in the suburbs of Minneapolis, Minnesota, with her husband and two children.

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