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by Lily Toy Hong,Lily Toy Tong

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ISBN:
0807581577
Author:
Lily Toy Hong,Lily Toy Tong
Category:
Geography & Cultures
Language:
English
Publisher:
Albert Whitman & Company; X-Library - 1st edition (January 1, 1993)
Pages:
32 pages
EPUB book:
1650 kb
FB2 book:
1451 kb
DJVU:
1911 kb
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Rating:
4.9
Votes:
828


Lily Toy Hong's large, simple figures are energetic and often comic, set in boldly filled pages.

Lily Toy Hong's large, simple figures are energetic and often comic, set in boldly filled pages. About the Author: Lily Toy Hong lived most of her life in Salt Lake City, Utah. She grew up in a large Chinese-American family, the seventh of nine children. She says she always knew she wanted to write and illustrate children's books. Lily is married and lives in Utah. Lily Toy Hong lived most of her life in Salt Lake City, Utah.

by Lily Toy Hong (Author), Lily Toy Tong (Illustrator). Great book with lots of mathematical patterns! This is my go-to gift for 2yo birthday parties (even though the book is better suited for an older audience). I've even read this in my high school classroom when starting discussions about sequences and writing algebraic equations.

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Lily Toy Hong lived most of her life in Salt Lake City, Utah. Age Range: 4 - 8 years. Grade Level: Preschool - 3. Lexile Measure: 620 (What's this?)

Lily Toy Hong's book is a delight for both children and adults alike. Her colorful and comical illustrations please the soul, and both the text and the pictures keep the attention of all school-aged children.

Lily Toy Hong's book is a delight for both children and adults alike. In the state of Utah, the children in the schools and public libraries selected her book as The Best Picturebook of the Year in conjunction with nominees presented by the Utah Librarian's Association.

Mr. Haktak digs up a curious brass pot in his garden and decides to carry his coin purse in it. When Mrs. Haktak's hairpin slips into the pot, she reaches in and pulls out two coin purses and two hairpins--this is a magic pot!
  • Liarienen
My children loved this story so much, bedtime got delayed last night since I had to read it twice over! The folk tale and the way Hong recounts it makes for a very enjoyable read. Children learn about doubling--I sneaked in a little math as I read the story to them--without realizing that's what they're doing. And the twist toward the end when Mrs. Haktak falls into the pot is just delightful.
  • Malalrajas
Great book with lots of mathematical patterns! This is my go-to gift for 2yo birthday parties (even though the book is better suited for an older audience). I've even read this in my high school classroom when starting discussions about sequences and writing algebraic equations.
  • Rasmus
This is a picture book that, as far as I'm concerned, should be in every child's library. Not only does it in a delightful way enforces the meaning of a number "doubling," but it is illustrated well, too. A wonderful story!
  • Granigrinn
I bought this book because I found a lesson plan that used this book to teach about function rules. The lesson plan was for middle school, but with a little editing I made it Algebra I level. I kept the book as part of the lesson. The students liked the book and put the Magic Pot Function Machine to work as they studied for the test. I also read the book to my 4 year old niece and she thinks it is very funny that the old lady fell into the pot. Over all a good purchase and I will continue to read it to my high school Algebra I classes as an introduction to the lesson.
  • Voodoogore
Love this book. It is my favorite one written by the author. Story is enchanting. Illustrations are unique and colorful.
I would recommend this book to anyone.
  • Thozius
Great condition! My students loved it:)
  • Thetalas
I used this book to introduce my son to the idea of doubles. At the end, I asked him what he would put in a pot. Then we pretended to double pennies and counted.
This is a book my wife remembers reading as a kid. I read it for the first time to my kid who is 2 and it was a good read. Not too long, but not too short. Personally I thought the ending was a little boring and could have been a little more creative or funny, but over all I like it.