Island Counting 1 2 3 by Frane Lessac
By Frane Lessac
"A fiesta of colours and photographs dominate this shimmering, academic book." — PUBLISHERS WEEKLY
Take a visit to the Caribbean, the place one little island bargains many unique goods to count number! the following the 3 hilltop homes are painted in tropical colorings, the 5 marketplace girls put on shady hats, the 9 limbo dancers sway on a sunny seashore, and the 10 wildly dressed little ones rejoice carnival time. With bright shades and an invitingly naive contact, Frané Lessac leads a laid-back counting lesson in precise island variety.
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Bundle up against the cold or your cheeks will get quite pink. Y is for the yummy donuts found on every street. Frosted, glazed, or powdered, they’re Boston’s favorite treat. Z is for the Zakim Bridge, so strong and sleek and fine. It can carry lots of cars or 14 elephants in a line! T is for Thank you, it’s not just a letter. Your help was amazing, it made us much better. Christopher and Matthew, Meggie, Claire and Libby, Maureen and Big Daddy. Thanks to the families that helped by reading early drafts.
Launched more than 200 years ago, it’s a Boston institution. P is for the Patriots who fought against the King. With muskets and with cannonballs they let freedom ring! Q is for Quincy Market across from Faneuil Hall. A festival of food and art, there’s year-round fun for all. R is for rowing in shells of eights and fours. Glide down the Charles River powered only by your oars. S is for the Swan Boats that float on the lagoon. Take a ride around the park on a summer afternoon. T is for the T , Boston’s way to get around.
Getting there is half the fun, the trip’s a great escape. W is for whale, have you seen the great humpback? The mother totes her baby like a little whale backpack. X is for the Xs around the Frog Pond rink. Bundle up against the cold or your cheeks will get quite pink. Y is for the yummy donuts found on every street. Frosted, glazed, or powdered, they’re Boston’s favorite treat. Z is for the Zakim Bridge, so strong and sleek and fine. It can carry lots of cars or 14 elephants in a line! T is for Thank you, it’s not just a letter.