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by Joanne Dugan

Download 123 NYC: A Counting Book of New York City eBook
ISBN:
081091381X
Author:
Joanne Dugan
Category:
Early Learning
Language:
English
Publisher:
Abrams Books for Young Readers (April 4, 2007)
Pages:
52 pages
EPUB book:
1146 kb
FB2 book:
1110 kb
DJVU:
1190 kb
Other formats
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Rating:
4.7
Votes:
844


A vibrant counting book exploring the city through its rich numerical iconography.

A vibrant counting book exploring the city through its rich numerical iconography. So I love the fresh take on counting in photographer Joanne Dugan's 123 NYC: A Counting Book of New York City, a follow-up to her ABC book (featured on CMP last Spring.

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The fun adds up as New York is explored in this unique counting book and companion to the award- winning ABC . New York City comes to vibrant new life as children learn to count from one to 20 in this inventive follow-up to the IRA notable book ABC NYC. Full color.

The fun adds up as New York is explored in this unique counting book and companion to the award- winning ABC NY. ew York City comes to vibrant new life as children.

New York City comes to vibrant new life as children learn to count from one to 20 in this inventive follow-up to the IRA notable book "ABC NY.

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ABC NYC has an equally wonderful number-centric companion, naturally titled 123 NYC: A Counting Book of New York City - a vibrant counting book exploring the city through its rich numerical iconography. A portion of profits from both books is donated to nonprofits promoting education and literacy. For thirteen years, Brain Pickings has remained free (and ad-free).

123 NYC: A Counting Book of New York City by Joanne Dugan. On September 20, 2015, join us at the New-York Historical Society to for the Reading into History Teen Summer family teach-in to discuss the enduring themes and history in this timeless coming-of-age story. ABC NYC: A Book about Seeing New York City by Joanne Dugan. Above New York by Robert Cameron and Nina Gruener. Central Park Serenade by Laura Godwin. From Facing History & Ourselves: To Kill A Mockingbird is a story of justice, judgment, and morality, as well as family, gender, and race.

of New York City An ABC book unlike any other, ABC NYC reinvents the genre using an alphabet unique to New York City. Sewn,Cloth Book Book over Boards. Country of Publication.

A is for Atlas B is for Bagel C is for Chrysler Building An ABC book that pays tribute to a child's view of New York City An ABC book unlike any other, ABC NYC reinvents the genre using an alphabet unique to New York City. From subway signs to building graffiti, NYC's letters are represented everywhere you walk: M is for Manhole cover, T is for Taxi. A child's guidebook to life in New York, ABC NYC beautifully captures the visual vocabulary of the city kid with bold black-and-white photographs and vibrant letters found in some of the most surprising places.

Teaches young readers how to count from one to twenty through photographs of different places and objects in New York City, from one Empire State Building to twenty children.
  • Ger
fun book with fun pictures. i hold my son's hand as he sticks out his 'pointer' finger and we tap each item on the page to practice counting. he could count to 20 by age 2.
  • Paster
Get this is ABC NYC- they are great companion books and my twins loved it when I read them to them. They are very colorful and entertaining :)
  • Arador
This is a great alternative to traditional counting books. It's super cute and creative. It would be great for a kid in the city because it's the things they would see every day. And it would also be great for suburban kids because it gives a different perspective.
  • Gtonydne
Bought for my grandson and neither he nor I liked it for various reasons. It didn't label pictures with what they are, i.e. name of bridges, and just other non interesting subjects just to fill the higher numbers especially.
  • Yananoc
You will be delighted by Joanne Dugan's 123, A Counting Book because
1) It is a fun way to teach little ones basic counting skills
2) Whether you are a New York native or just love to visit, you'll enjoy identifying the locations of the images (my favorite: the 12 clocks)
and
3) Dugan strikes just the right blend of tribute to the city and with wry humor (check out the shoes.)

You can count on this to be the perfect gift!
  • Samutilar
123 is a wonderful visual learning tool for toddlers and nursery school children. I have purchased it several times as a gift for friends' children and each time it has become a much loved and much used book. The association made in the book between numbers and photographic images make strong and memorable impressions on children, all the while making it fun and enjoyable for both child and parent. 123 will remain tops on my list of gift-giving ideas!
  • Bloodhammer
What a delightful approach to the world of numbers; our little boy loves to read through it with us, and now by himself. It's terrific, charming, and highly imaginative - and, also, a great idea for that kiddie birthday gift when you're wracking your brain for the kid that already has everything.
The premise of this book really is clever, there are photos of real numbers in New York City and commonplace New Yorky objects right beside them (I especially liked the picture of 3 kids eating black and white cookies) for your child to count. What makes it really cool though is the way the the photos make you see the world outside. After reading it (well more like sitting with my daughter while she did it) I kept looking at every number that we passed on the street in a totally different way.