Absolutely One Thing
by Lauren Child
Charlie and Lola choose a single treat at the store, count ladybugs, note the lateness of the time, and are introduced to other simple math concepts.
by Karma Wilson
As friends Bear and Mouse share a day together, Bear counts various objects, from one to five, and the reader is invited to do the same.
Count on the Subway
by Paul DuBois Jacobs
Illustrations and rhythmic text describe the sights and sounds of a subway ride in New York City as a mother and child go uptown, counting their way from one to ten and back again.
by Elliott Kaufman
A follow-up to Elliott Kaufman's Alphabet Everywhere, Numbers Everywhere reveals how digits and mathematical symbols can be revealed in the world around us. Kaufman's photographs discover numbers unintentionally created by architectural details, shadows, light and natural elements. In addition to pictures of the individual numbers, the last section includes simple math equations using the photographs to create the formulas.
by George Shannon
In this story that introduces numbered groups from one to ten, we realize that families can be many things.
Ten Pigs: an Epic Bath Adventure
by Derek Anderson
One pig looks to take a relaxing bath in private, but he is soon joined by another pig, then another, until there are ten pigs--and number one has to come up with a plan so that he can actually enjoy his bath.