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PublisherAndersen Press Ltd
Suitable for AgesBooks for Babies and Toddlers
Publication date1st March 2007
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Elmer's First Counting Book
Part of the 'Elmer' Series
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Julia Eccleshare's comment:
Enjoy counting Elmer, everyone’s favourite patchwork elephant, and his friends from 1 Elmer to 10 birds singing in this attractive shaped board book. There are 3 delightful tigers daintily dancing while 4 contented lions lie dreaming under the stars. And there are fish and frogs and butterflies all just waiting to be counted too.
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SynopsisElmer's First Counting Book by David Mckee
Count from 1-10 with Elmer, the patchwork elephant.
ReviewsA reliably bright, colourful, cheerful and endearingly elephant-shaped book to help young children count.
Early Years Educator
This simple counting book is bound to be a winner with Elmer fans. Write Away This attractive elephant-shaped board book is an easy introduction to counting from 1 to 10. SLA A vivid and entertaining counting book. THE BOOKBAG Children will have great fun learning how to count each creature on the pages. Carousel
About The Author
One of the World Book Day 2015 Authors David McKee is one of the best known illustrators of picture books,having created acknowledged modern classics such as Not Now, Bernard, Elmer the Patchwork Elephant, and Mr Benn, Gladiator. His books are published in many languages throughout the world, and many of them have been adapted for television. He was born in Devon and now divides his time between the South of France and London.
Have you seen Elmer’s Photo Patchwork, an innovative activity-based app that encourages creativity and fun? Elmer the Patchwork Elephant is an elephant who stands out from the herd, and Elmer’s app is different too. It doesn’t keep children glued to the screen, it makes them look up, look around and get inspired by the world. The only limit is their imagination. By using an iPad or iPhone’s camera to take photos of interesting colours and textures, kids can add them to an elephant’s patchwork pattern. Aimed at children aged 3+. Elmer’s Photo Patchwork app is available for £1.99 from the App Store for iPad and iPhone. Find out more at www.elmersapps.com and view the app preview video here.
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