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Animal Numbers
by Thomas Flintham Details
Count the animals from one to ten!
Corduroy's Numbers
by Mary Jo Scott Details
Count numbers on the farm from 1 rowdy rooster to 10 chicken eggs in a nest.
Counting
by Maxine Davenport Details
Presents detailed illustrations and challenges readers to find and count lists of things in each.
Curious George's 1 to 10 and Back Again
by H.A. Rey Details
Curious George's antics illustrate counting from one to ten, then backwards from ten to one.
Dog's 123: a Canine Counting Adventure!
by Emma Dodd Details
Learn all about numbers 1 to 10 with the help of Dog.
Five Green and Speckled Frogs
by Priscilla Burris Details
This count-and-sing book will introduce preschoolers to early math concepts that will engage as well as reinforce their learning.
Mighty Numbers
by  Marvel Details
Learn to count to 10 with your favorite superheroes.
Numbers
by Judith Nouvian Details
Invites young readers to practice counting as they learn interesting facts about a variety of animals.
One, Two, Three, Mother Goose
by Iona Opie Details
A selection of counting and number poems from Iona Opie's classic Mother Goose nursery-rhymes, illustrated by Rosemary Wells.
Pinkalicious 123
by Victoria Kann Details
Pinkalicious introduces the numbers one through twenty, with objects she loves representing each number, from one wand and two teacups to twelve pieces of candy, fifteen cupcakes, and twenty hearts.
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Pinkalicious
Steam Train, Dream Train 1-2-3
by Sherri Duskey Rinker Details
Cuddle up with the beloved animal friends from the bestselling Steam Train, Dream Train, and count on lots of fun! Little train enthusiasts will love counting from one to ten along with the dreamy train cars!
Updated 09/26/2016
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