Dot and Dash Learn to Count by Emma Dodd
  

Dot and Dash Learn to Count

Written by Emma Dodd
Illustrated by Emma Dodd

Baby and Toddler   
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Enticing shapes to stroke make this a wonderfully sensuous way of counting from one to five. Dot and Dash are off on a picnic but they are not sure what to take. All their friends bring something – cuddly toys, bouncy balls, bright balloons. Counting them and stroking them too reinforces the numbers and how they mount up!

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Dot and Dash Learn to Count by Emma Dodd

Dot and Dash are going to a picnic with all their friends. Everyone is bringing their favourite thing. From cuddly toys to bouncy balls, to sparkly balloons and yummy cakes, there are fantastic touch-and-feel elements on every spread. Little ones will love joining in the counting fun, as they meet each of Dot and Dash's friends in this great-value gift book.

About the Author

Emma Dodd

Emma studied Graphic Design and Illustration at Saint Martin's College, London. Upon leaving she worked in advertising in London (clients included BMW) and Los Angeles (working for Pentagram New York and Weight Watchers).

She has also worked in animation and editorial - clients still include The Guardian newspaper. Emma is very much an outdoor person - she loves light and space and spends a lot of time sketching and drawing as well as walking Bart, her dog.

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Book Info

Format

Board book

Author

Emma Dodd
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Publisher

Scholastic

Publication date

2nd August 2010

ISBN

9781407116433

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