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When bedtime comes, the parents of a girl, a boy, and various animals ask their children how many kisses they want.
Babar's Counting Book, by Laurent De Brunhoff
Babar's children, Flora, Pom, and Alexander, go for a walk and count all of the interesting things they see, pleasing their father so much that he teaches them to count all the way to twenty.
Daisy 1, 2, 3, by Peter Catalanotto
Mrs. Tuttle teaches a dog obedience class to twenty Dalmatians who are all named Daisy, but each one has some feature that makes her easily identifiable.
One Little Mouse, by Dori Chaconas
Woodland animals, from two moles to ten opossums, offer to share their homes with a little mouse who is dissatisfied with his own.
Down In The Daisies, by Lucy Coats
All around the busy world wherever babies are, we'll look for whiskers, tails and toes in places near and far. We'll find their paws and noses, let's do it all together. Let's count the moms and babies up in every kind of weather!
What's Cookin'? : A Happy Birthday Counting Book, by Nancy Coffelt
One by one, ten cooks arrive to help bake a great big birthday surprise.
Party Animals, by Katie I. Davis
One blue ant thinks he's been overlooked when it comes time for a big barnyard party.
The House in The Meadow, by Shutta Crum
In the year following a couple's marriage surrounded by their ten best friends, different sized crews of construction workers build a house for them, from nine strong diggers to one inspector.
Pop! Went Another Balloon! : A Magical Counting Storybook, by Keith Faulkner
Toby the turtle goes from in-line skates to a motorcycle to a rocketship with a handful of balloons that pop, one by one, along the way.
One Rainy Day, by Valeri Gorbachev
A pig and various other animals crowd under a tree to escape the rain.
The Looking Book, by Mary Ann Hoberman
In this rhyming tale, Ned searches for his lost cat throughout the pages of the book--from one to twenty-eight.
When The Moon Smiled, by Petr Horacek
One by one the moon lights up stars to put to sleep the animals who sleep at night and to wake up the animals that should be awake, from one dog to ten moths.
One Some Many, by Marthe Jocelyn
This counting book presents the concepts of "some," "many," "few," and "more" through a rhyming text and stunning, boldly colored paper cuts. A listing of the numbers from 1 to 10 is interrupted by phrases such as "two/a few/a few is more than two/a few is three/or four."
10 Fat Turkeys, by Tony Johnston
The antics of ten fat turkeys on a fence illustrate counting from ten to one.
We All Went On Safari : A Counting Journey Through Tanzania, by Laurie Krebs
Follows a Tanzanian family through the African grasslands as they count the animals they see, from one leopard to ten elepants; includes information about Tanzania and Swahili names and numbers.
Raindrop, Plop! by Wendy Cheyette Lewison
A young girl and her dog find many things to count on a rainy day, both as they play outside and after they come home to a warm, dry house.
Count The Ways, Little Bear, by Jonathan London
From dinnertime to bedtime, Little Brown Bear counts the many ways his mother loves him.
Ten Little Lambs, by Alice B. McGinty
As they play all through the night, little lambs from ten to one finally fall asleep.
One Leaf Rides The Wind : Counting In A Japanese Garden, by Celeste A. Mannis
In this collection of haiku poems, a young girl walks through a Japanese garden and discovers many delights, from one leaf to ten stone lanterns. Includes notes about Japanese religion and philosophy.
Dogs, Dogs, Dogs! by Leslea Newman
A counting book featuring dogs engaged in various activities, from walking through the city all alone to slurping up a fallen ice cream cone.
Mouse By Mouse : A Counting Adventure, by Julia Noonan
Enjoy this hilarious mouse adventure while learning to count to ten.
Swan Harbor: A Nature Counting Book, by Laura Rankin
Come to Swan Harbor and discover acrobatic dragonflies, ancient lobsters, and sweet-smelling sea roses. Travel through the seasons to count baby robins as they wait for their springtime dinner and monarch butterflies as they rest during their autumn journey south.
Tea For Me, Tea For You, by Laura Rader
A tea party for one in Swining's Tea Room quickly becomes tea for ten, as one little pig is joined by all of her friends.
All Sorts Of Numbers, by Hannah Reidy
Counts various objects used by children as they play, such as two kites and four boats.
Ten Puppies, by Lynn Reiser
Puppies from one to ten are counted and sorted according to their different features.
Zehn Saubere Schweinchen; Zehn Schmutzige Schweinchen, by Carol Roth
(Ger-E Roth Foreign Language section)
Translation (German) of: Ten Dirty Pigs ; Ten Clean Pigs.
One Wheel Wobbles: A Homespun Counting Book, by Carole Lexa Schaefer
Family members parade their favorite types of wheels, from one wheelbarrow to ten cartwheels.
Goodnight, Hattie, My Dearie, My Dove, by Alice Schertle
After following her nine toys in a parade through the house, Hattie explains why each of them needs to sleep with her in her bed.
Quiet Night, by Marilyn Singer
One frog, two owls, three geese are joined by increasingly larger numbers of different animals that keep ten campers from falling asleep in their tent.
Carlo Likes Counting, by Jessica Spanyol
Carlo the giraffe counts from one to ten--at home, in the park, in a cafe, on a farm, and all around.
Over In The Meadow : A Counting Rhyme, by Olive A. Wadsworth
A variety of meadow animals pursuing their daily activities introduce the numbers one through ten.
One Wide Sky: A Bedtime Lullaby, by Debbie Wiles
As squirrels spend a day searching for food and having fun, they encounter all sorts of things that are great for counting.
Dinnertime! by Sue Williams
One by one, six little rabbits escape a hungry fox.
Ten Little Fish, by Audrey Wood
Ten little fish swim along an ocean reef, each finding a different reason to leave until there is only one left.
Ten Little Mummies: An Egyptian Counting Book, by Philip Yates
Ten little mummies become bored with staying in a room together all day but when they go outside to play they disappear, one by one.