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Little Rose Learns to Count by Mark Eichler presents a lovely and enjoyable way for children to learn to count from one to ten with the help of simple rhymes and colorful illustrations.
Little rose comes home from preschool all upset. Her friend Melanie can count to ten, but Rose cannot. Rose’s mother remedies the situation by teaching Little Rose how to count. She teaches Little Rose the numbers by singing a little song she remembers from her childhood. The song consists of a series of easy rhymes, beginning with “One little rabbit in a hole, two firemen on a pole.”
The numbers from one to ten are accompanied by fun and colorful illustrations, which kids and their parents are sure to love. (The ditty can be sung to the tune of many popular melodies, such as ‘twinkle, twinkle little star’ or ‘happy birthday to you’ or ‘the wheels on the bus’.)
Little Rose Learns to Count is also available in print format.
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