Emily Hruby Patrick Hruby
Counting in the Garden
August 19, 2018 Comments.. 836
Counting in the Garden Counting in the Garden celebrates the joy of growing flowers fruits and vegetables in one s very own garden This chunky board book is a visual feast from one to twelve Young children will love findi

  • Title: Counting in the Garden
  • Author: Emily Hruby Patrick Hruby
  • ISBN: 9781934429709
  • Page: 179
  • Format: Board Book
  • Counting in the Garden celebrates the joy of growing flowers, fruits, and vegetables in one s very own garden This chunky board book is a visual feast from one to twelve Young children will love finding and counting all of the garden treats Every other page introduces a new plant into the mix until ultimately all twelve plants are featured together in the final, abund Counting in the Garden celebrates the joy of growing flowers, fruits, and vegetables in one s very own garden This chunky board book is a visual feast from one to twelve Young children will love finding and counting all of the garden treats Every other page introduces a new plant into the mix until ultimately all twelve plants are featured together in the final, abundantly overgrown garden Counting in the Garden is sure to appeal to eco conscious parents and their green little kids.

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    1. Kandice says:

      A cute board book about a garden compromised of 1-12 plants of different varietals. A great resource for learning fruits and veggies and practicing counting.

    2. Kelly says:

      Wonderful counting book! It is simple, an easy, relaxed pace, and each time an element is added to the garden the page pops with more color. A must-have for counting books.

    3. Beverly says:

      As good as Growing Vegetable Soup.

    4. Sivyu says:

      Patrick Hruby. Counting in the Garden. (2013). A counting book that goes from 1-12 about a young farmer that enjoys growing things in his garden and counting them. The items range from fruits, vegetables, and animals. After the item has been counted, it's added to the garden. Over the course of the book the garden fills up. It's a cute book with simple flat computer generated graphic illustrations. The numbers are very large and easy to read. This would work with many different units such as cou [...]

    5. Jessica Harrison says:

      Read more at Cracking the Cover“Counting in the Garden” celebrates the outdoors while introducing numbers at the same time. Curious little readers will have fun recognizing flowers, fruits and vegetables. A new garden treat is introduced on every other page, while the following pages bring together all the previous produce until all twelve come together in the final spread. Almost set up as finding game, the book encourages counting while showing off the bounty that surrounds us.

    6. Connor says:

      This book has creepy illustrations of the boy, and I have trouble not reading it in the voice of the Count from Sesame Street.However, it counts to 12, has a neat if inaccurate illustration which aggregates all the plants in his garden as he goes. Has a boy gardening, which seems rare in kids books. And Connor adores it.

    7. Amelia says:

      Didn't hold my daughter's interest. Illustrations w shades of Charley Harper but she much prefers our actual Charley Harper board books. Rhythm limps - would love a suggestion of a different gardening book!

    8. Amanda says:

      I couldn't decide if I really liked the bold graphic design of the pictures or if the boy in the pictures slightly creeped me out? I did like that it counted all the way to 12; most books stop counting at 10. Counting the snails was a bit confusing, imho. Liked most of the pages quite a bit.

    9. Libby says:

      What I like best about this counting book is that between each new item to count, the book returns to an overview of the garden including all the items that have thus far been counted. This makes it a superior learning tool to most counting books I have tried.

    10. Aletheia Ubben says:

      We're all about counting and gardens, but this book just didn't do it for us. The illustrations are garish and might have been produced by a prodigy in an early version of Microsoft Paint. (It's probably just a personal preference thing.)

    11. Robin Rousu says:

      Not as pretty as the other Counting In The Garden, but a solid counting book with a neat illustration style. Recommended for ages 3-5.

    12. Cassie says:

      I really like this counting book. What makes it different? It counts things in the garden, then goes back to an overview of the garden every other page.

    13. Jj says:

      Hooray! This title has been re-formatted and published as a picture book, with much improvement over the original board book format.

    14. Laurel says:

      Great mid-century modern details in the illustrations!

    15. Meg McGregor says:

      A wonderful book that expresses the joy of having your own garden plus counting all that is in your garden. For added fun, I suggest singing the text to "On the First Day of Christmas".

    16. Janet says:

      Counting from 1 to 12 with a mix of what grows in the garden and creatures found there.

    17. ReadingWench says:

      Fantastic board book. Not only is this a counting book, it is visually stimulating. You could ask your child the colors along with counting.

    18. Kelly says:

      Really enoyed the colorful, bold illustrations and the wordless page that showed where the next garden item fit in. It felt a little crowded by the end though with a lot going on.

    19. Claire says:

      Illustrations left me a bit creeped.

    20. Jane says:

      charming charley harper-style illustrations. great read for toddlers, especially for gardeners or farmers.

    21. Meredith says:

      This board book counts to 12. It features a combination vegetable and decorative flower. The illustrations are stylized in an interesting computer generated way.

    22. Barbara says:

      beautifully executed picture book. I wish I had it in big book format for story time.

    23. Heather says:

      perfect for a garden/spring baby storytime

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