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On Beyond a Million

By: David M. Schwartz
illustrated by: Paul Meisel

Professor X and his dog, Y, teach kids how to count exponentially by powers of 10 (1, 10, 100, 1,000, 10,000, etc.), beginning at 1 and working all the way up to a googol (a 1 followed by 100 zeros) and...

One Hundred Shoes

By: Charles Ghigna
illustrated by: Bob Staake

Centipede has one hundred feet. One hundred feet means one hundred shoes. How in the world does Centipede choose shoes? This Math Reader clearly demonstrates the concepts of pairs and multiple sets,...

One Naked Baby

By: Maggie Smith

Count your way through a baby’s busy day!   Count from 1 to 10 as this adorable baby takes a bath, gets dressed, and eats a snack. Through a day of splashing in puddles and playing with puppies,...


One Naked Baby

By: Maggie Smith

Count your way through a baby’s busy day!   Count from 1 to 10 as this adorable baby takes a bath, gets dressed, and eats a snack. Through a day of splashing in puddles and playing with puppies,...

One, Two, Buckle My Shoe

By: Salina Yoon

One, Two, Buckle My Shoe is a book with a new twist on a classic nursery rhyme.  Young children will learn to count from one to ten as they recite this favorite rhyme. Colorful abstract shapes transform...

Over on Sesame Street (Sesame Street)

By: Naomi Kleinberg
illustrated by: Tom Brannon

Learning numbers can really be lots of fun! Around and about on Sesame Street, there are all sorts of things to be counted, from Muppets, moms, and Twiddlebugs to kites, fruit, and flowers. From one...


Over on Sesame Street (Sesame Street): Read & Listen Edition

By: Naomi Kleinberg
illustrated by: Tom Brannon

Learning numbers can really be lots of fun! Around and about on Sesame Street, there are all sorts of things to be counted, from Muppets, moms, and Twiddlebugs to kites, fruit, and flowers. From one...