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Richard Scarry's Best Counting Book Ever
Willy Bunny has learned to count-and so will children, by the time they've finished Richard Scarry's fun-filled book.83% (13)
When Willy's father suggests that he practice counting all the things he sees, he begins with ONE BUNNY (himself) and soon finds more numbers everywhere: TWO eggs on his daddy's plate, THREE wheels on a tricycle, a FOUR-wheeled wagon with apples for Willy and his friends to share. By the end of the day, Willy's gone all the way up to 100!
Action-packed and featuring Scarry's always-appealing art, this really is the best counting book ever!
Blog Day 12
Today’s Date: July 22, 2011 I promise I’ll write more today than yesterday… yesterday had a lot of emotional highs and lows, all work-related and nothing to do with health. I went out to Chili’s and got one of the worst foods one could get: baby back ribs. I got the house salad, mashed potatoes and full rack and guess what: I was still under my total calorie count for the day (though not by much). I couldn’t sleep last night- up and down all night, and so I missed working with weights and tread-milling this morning. I did go on our usual walk with our puppy… I’m not sure who enjoys them the most. Today at work, more highs and lows, so I’m not sure how the next week or so will be… I’m not looking forward to it, I’ll say that for sure. Usually Friday night is “date night”. Usually it’s a restaurant filled with food where even the healthy options are horribly unhealthy. You’d think these restaurants deep fry their salads or something. Tonight I made homemade hamburgers from extra lean hamburger meat, on wheat buns and organic potato wedges. I am still grossly under my calorie count, and as of this evening I have lost a total of almost 6 pounds: right on track. Dinner was awesome! I’m excited that I am learning portion control, serving sizes, healthy options, and so on. I’m ready to “fast track things”, but I’m more anxious about doing it slow so things stay off. I told myself I’d do more exercise on the weekends since I’m not on a schedule to get to work. I do have school, but I’m on top of that too!!!Count Devil Ish
Count Devil Ish likes to dress up and be elegant to better seduce you, hence furthering is domination of the world one human at a time.... He loves Halloween even though he will never admit! (the Count just cannot resist candies) His official position on the matter is that this celebration contributes to ridicule all things evil and scary and that he couldn't possibly tolerate it ;) This plush is all hand sewn (no machine involved here!) with love with cotton thread of the best quality (DMC cotton perle) and both eco-friendly and a wool blend felt in blood red, black, slate and white colors. He is wearing an elegant costume ornate with vintage French linen which is actually a piece of an old handkerchief, the edge of which was all hand sewn in a scalloped motif. The button is also vintage and comes from my grandma's closet back in France. Now up in my online shop :)
Poor Monkey. All she has to eat are sour lemons. One day she spies a banana tree on a faraway island, but the only way to get there is to navigate the crocodile-infested waters of the Sillabobble Sea. That’s no problem when you’re a brave and clever monkey who can count to ten and back!Related topics:
Counting Crocodiles may feel familiar to you, perhaps due to its folktale roots, maybe because Will Hillenbrand's artwork is so marvelously, comically, stylistically perfect, or perhaps because the delightful rhyme is so much like that of Lewis Carroll or Edward Lear. Here's a sample: "On an island in the middle of the Sillabobble Sea / lived a clever little monkey in a sour lemon tree. / She ate lemons boiled and fried, / steamed, sauteed, pureed, and dried. / She ate lemons till she cried, / 'I'm all puckered up inside!'" Meanwhile, Hillenbrand's full-page illustrations provide unending delights. In the first, most lemony of spreads, the snail is holding a whole lemon in her mouth, the fox has a glass of lemonade, and the lemon tree is laden with a blender, juicer, rolling pin, peeler, spatulas, and pans. The monkey looks suitably soured by the whole state of affairs.
On the second page, the monkey spies a banana tree on a similarly deserted island. Of course, she craves a few of these fine fruits. And she wonders aloud how many crocodiles there might be in the Sillabobble Sea. One crusty croc emerges to imply slyly that there are so many crocs that she could easily walk on their backs to the banana island, and invites her to count them. She counts them: "... one crocodile with a great big smile, / Two crocs resting on rocks, / Three crocs rocking in a box, / Four crocs building with blocks," and so on, until she counts "Ten crocs dressed like Goldilocks." Impatiently, the rascally reptiles ask her how many of them there are, she stalls, she counts them again, and lo and behold! in all the splashing and cavorting, the monkey (with the help of the fox and the snail) gets her bananas! This is one of the most delightful picture books around! (Ages 4 to 8)
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