Edible Numbers

Edible Numbers

Edible Numbers offers a fun way to learn how to count, develop creativity, and expand the learner's mind to unforeseen possibilities. Each page counts progressively upwards. The reader is offered a familiar fruit or vegetable first such as one green pea pod. Then they are then offered two pea pods that are not green, but instead yellow and purple. The book continues in this same pattern, aiding young readers in their counting development as well as...

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Edible Colors

Edible Colors

Did you know that broccoli can be purple and cherries can be yellow? In a beautifully rich board book, Bass helps young minds explore colors by first giving a fruit or vegetable in it's expected color and then opening the door to the varieties in which it can also come in. Each page offers a smooth transition from known to unknown, and invites further development of creativity by encouraging thinking outside the box...

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Edible Numbers

Edible Numbers

In this creative counting book, the author, a passionate gardener, presents fruits and vegetables in several varieties. For example, one potato seems simple enough (the common Idaho potato), but did you know that there are at least five other kinds? Six types of pears, nine types of squash, and eleven kinds of eggplant are just a few of the foods you’ll glimpse in this counting book that takes you from one to twelve and leaves you a little more hungry than before...

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