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Colorful animals and simple text teach children about colors. This book is on board pages. (Ages: Infants and Toddlers) Call number: QC 495.5 .J66 2005

On a fine spring day, Baby goes for a walk and wonders about what he sees and hears in a tree, in the dirt, and behind a bush. (Ages 1-4) Call number: PZ 7 .K15745 Baal 2012

Ten colorful animals roll over one at a time and fall out of bed to illustrate numbers from ten to one. (Grades: Prek+) Call number: QA113 .J66 2005

Edible Numbers, by Jennifer Vogel Bass | "Elegant photography and simple enumeration combine in an exploration of glorious green grocery."

How Many? Color? What? Crayon Adapted Book Special Education Autism

Practice Identifying Attributes with this fun adapted book! Answer: How many? What color? What is it? while creating complete sentences.

What does Baby see? Lift the flaps to see the activities of summer. (Ages 1-4) Call number: PZ 7 .K15745 Baas 2012

It's time for art class, where you'll find purple pigs, orange elephants, toothy red crocodiles, and a host of animals weird and wonderful. (Grades: Prek+) Call number: PZ 7 .B528753 Mag 2000

100 Days of Cool: Numbers 1-100 (Paperback)

Stuart J. Murphy travels all over the United States talking to thousands of kids. And you'll never believe what they talk about: MATH! Stuart shows kids that they use math every day -- to share a pizz

A counting book depicting the colorful fish a child might see if he turned into a fish himself. (Grades: Prek-2) Call number: PZ8.3.E29 Fi 1990