Lexile measure 620; Ages 4-7; Gr.1-3; Mathical award winner, 2018.
Counting sheep is supposed to help you sleep--but a room full of yaks, alpacas, and llamas would keep anyone awake in this counting book with a comical twist.
Lexile measure 830; Ages 4-9; K-Gr.2.
How much does an elephant weigh? Six-year-old Cao Chong, the most famous child prodigy in Chinese history, faced just this problem! Chong watches as the prime minister's most trusted and learned advisors debate different methods. The principal of buoyancy and a little bit of creative thinking help this boy come up with a solution.
Ages 3-5; PrK-K.
How do we love numbers? Let us count the ways: They're on street signs and bus stops, featured on phones, thermometers, chalkboards, and scales. They show the time and the date, and help us to measure distance, sizing, and so much more.
Ages 4-7; PrK-Gr.1.
Guests are coming over for dinner and their Mamma has already cooked a lot. But Mamma has only made 10 Gulab Jamuns. Will they last until their guests come? It also includes some basic lessons in counting and an easy recipe to make those delicious Gulab Jamuns yourself.
Lexile measure AD$60L; Ages 5-7; Mathical Award, 2018.
Join Baby and his doting mama at a bustling southwest Nigerian marketplace for a bright, bouncy read-aloud offering a gentle introduction to numbers.
Ages 3-5, PrK- Gr.2; Mathical Prize winner, 2017.
As far as he can tell, Bear is the biggest thing around. He might even be a giant! It's not long before other, smaller animals set him straight in this charmingly illustrated book about counting and relative size.
Lexile AD480L; Ages 3–5; Children's Book of the Year Award, 2017, Notable Book, Early Childhood.
Count along with Mother Duck as her ducklings try to waddle across the bridge. When a sudden gust of wind sweeps one of Mother Duck's ducklings into the river, she doesn't know what to do.
Ages 3-5; PrK-Gr.1.
Count on Absolutely One Thing for a singularly funny look at simple math as encountered by Charlie and Lola. Sometimes, as a treat, Mom takes Charlie and Lola to the store and says they may choose one thing. "One thing to share?" Lola asks. No, it's one thing each, explains Charlie, or two actual things between two.
Lexile measure AD860L; Ages 5-7; Gr.1-3; Outstanding science trade books, 2017
Dive into this fascinating counting journey through the amazing and mysterious world of octopuses. This intriguing exploration of octopuses goes through numbers one to ten, with a snappy rhyme and fascinating octopus facts for each number.
Ages 4-7; PrK-Gr.2.
City Shapes is an ode to city life, depicted from the points of view of a young girl walking through her neighborhood and a bird flying high above, both spotting dazzling shapes in every scene they pass.
All you need for apples . . . are circles and the colour red. In this extraordinary book, one thing transforms into another as each page turns-a circle becomes an apple, an oval becomes a bird, winter becomes spring.
Ages 4-7; K-Gr.2.
Max and his two brothers hop into a car and go looking for problems they can solve. They cruise down highway number 4 on their way to Shapeville, but they see an abandoned number along the way. Is it a 6? Is it a 9? And what's it doing on the side of the road?
Lexile measure AD860L; Ages 4-8; Prk-gr.2
In one lifetime, a caribou will shed 10 sets of antlers, a woodpecker will drill 30 roosting holes, a giraffe will wear 200 spots, a seahorse will birth 1,000 babies. Count each one and many more while learning about the wondrous things that can happen in just one lifetime.
Lexile Measure 960; Book level 5; Ages 4-8; Gr.Prk-3
You can celebrate the huge difference caring people make for endangered animals while you practice subtraction skills. Slade presents a new subtraction problem in each clever rhyming verse. The colorful watercolors include realistic animals set in lush spreads by illustrator, Joan Waites.
In Fibonacci's Field, Lonely and Chalk Rabbit meet, snuggle together, and then spend a year trying to cope with their ever-increasing brood and the seasonal changes that bring a new challenge each month. Presented in calendar format with one pop-up illustration and other special features.
Christopher loves counting. The fish in his aquarium, the petals on flowers, the toys in his toy box - Christopher Rabbit counts them all! He loves counting so much, he tries to count everything - even the stars in the sky!
The numbers are on the loose--hiding and dancing, skipping and laughing through the rhymes of Mother Goose! It's a good thing Caldecott Medal-winning artists Leo and Diane Dillon have helped gather up all these mischievous numbers in a stunning celebration of counting, rhymes, and imagination.
Lexile measure 710; Ages 5-8.
If one is a snail and two is a person, we must be counting by feet! Just follow the sign to the beach, where a bunch of fun-loving crabs, lounging dogs, gleeful insects, and bewildered-looking snails obligingly offer their feet for counting in a number of silly, surprising combinations -- from one to one hundred!
Book level 3.1; Ages 5-10, gr. K-4.
The family in 365 Penguins finds a penguin mysteriously delivered to their door every day for a year. At first they're cute, but with every passing day, the penguins pile up along with the family's problems. Feeding, cleaning, and housing the penguins becomes a monumental task. Bright, striking illustrations with lots of opportunity for counting.
Guided Reading Level G; Lexile 540; grade level 2.4; gr. K-2
In this original trickster tale, Senor Calavera arrives unexpectedly at Grandma Beetle's door. He requests that she leave with him right away. "Just a minute," Grandma Beetle tells him. She still has one house to sweep, two pots of tea to boil, three pounds of corn to make into tortillas -- and that's just the start! Using both Spanish and English words to tally the party preparations, Grandma Beetle cleverly delays her trip and spends her birthday with a table full of grandchildren and her surprise guest.
Guided Reading Level K; Lexile measurement Nonprose; Ages 4-10; Grade level 2.5
A young girl makes her way slowly through a Japanese garden where she spots one leaf, two carved temple dogs, three miniature bonsai, and four startled birds. This counting book introduces the youngest readers to the beauty and hidden secrets of a Japanese garden. It also introduces haiku, with ten poems that are simple and straightforward.
Book level 2.9; Ages 2-6, gr. K-2.
A little girl's neighborhood becomes a discovery ground of things round, square and rectangular. Many of the objects are Asian in origin, other universal: round rice bowls and a found pebble, square dim sum and pizza boxes, rectangular Chinese lace and very special pencil case.
Grade level 3.5; gr. K-2.
A Caldecott Honor book that is the perfect introduction to musical instruments and a counting book that redefines the genre. When this book begins, the trombone is playing all by itself. But soon a trumpet makes a duet, a french horn a trio, and so on until the entire orchestra is assembled on stage.
Guided reading level G; grade level 1.7; gr. K-2.
While introducing children to the concepts of colors and counting by twos, a vibrant rainbow gradually appears when children turn the pages of this book.
In this introduction to polygons, a triangle convinces a shapeshifter to make him a quadrilateral and later a pentagon, but discovers that where angles and sides are concerned, more isn't always better.
"If Frank were a humpback whale, however, only ten would fit into our entire house. I asked Dad about this, and he said they would get in the way of the television." Such funny scenarios throughout this beloved book teach children about simple math concepts.
Guided Reading Level: I; Lexile measure 470, grade level 1.7; gr. K-2
Introduces the numbers two, three, and four by enumerating the ways in which they occur in everyday life, from your two eyes and two arms to the four seasons of the year.
Ages 2-6, PreK-2.
Whenever you are -- inside or outside -- there are shapes to discover. And with Tana Hoban's help you will begin to see them. Look around. How many circles, squares, stars, triangles, hearts, and rectangles can you see? They are everywhere!