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Title:
One more bunny : adding from one to ten
Author:
Walton, Rick.
Personal Author:
Publication Information:
New York : Lothrop, Lee, & Shepard Books, 2000.
Physical Description:
1 volume (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 27 cm
Summary:
Bunnies frolicking at the playground introduce the numbers one through ten and the principles of simple addition.
Language:
English
Reading Level:
BR Lexile.
Added Author:
ISBN:
9780688168476

9780688168483
Format :
Book

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Summary

In this first book of addition, the creators of So Many Bunnies introduce a whole new batch of playful, countable, addable bunnies to brighten story time, bedtime--any time. There are things galore to count here, from bunnies to bumblebees. The more readers look, the more they will find. And when they are ready, there are sets of objects and numbers to add. Learning math has never been such fun!


Author Notes

Rick Walton was born 1957, in Provo, Utah. He received his bachelor's degree in Spanish from Brigham Young University in 1980 and his master's degree in 1999. Walton is the author of over sixty books for children. His works include joke books, picture books, a collection of poetry, activity books, mini-mysteries, and educational software. His titles include Once There was a Bullfrog, Why the Banana Split, Bertie was a Watchdog, and A Very Hairy Scary Story.

(Bowker Author Biography)


Reviews 2

Booklist Review

Ages 3^-6. This book promises a great deal of involvement as children are challenged to find, count, and add the bunnies (up to 10) that hop into and around a playground. Fun predominates, both in Miglio's springlike colored-pencil-and-watercolor pictures, which feature bunnies dressed in children's clothes, and in Walton's refrain: "Here comes one more bunny." Children can count the bunnies in the color illustrations or use the small ink drawings or numerals that appear on an inset. They also have the option of trying out different combinations of numbers that add up to the number of bunnies playing on the page. Bees, ladybugs, and crocuses, all corresponding to the number of bunnies on the page, add to the counting drills. --Connie Fletcher


School Library Journal Review

PreS-Gr 1-A rhyming counting book that follows a group of brightly clothed bunnies frolicking on a playground on an idyllic spring day. Flowers are blooming; the sun is shining; the grass is green; and sweet little rabbits slide, swing, jump rope, play ball, dig in sand, etc. Each two-page spread adds another animal until there are 10. The numbers are written as addition equations (3+3=6, 4+2=6, 5+1=6) as well as single numerals. While young children will not be able to solve the problems, they will see that numbers can be depicted in different ways. Another clever feature is the all-natural playground equipment: the slide is half of a hollow log and the jungle gym is made of trees and logs. Along with the rabbits, each page features other objects to count. A useful list at the back facilitates finding all of the items. Soft-toned colored pencils on watercolor illustrations sustain the mood of idealized childhood.-Lucinda Snyder Whitehurst, St. Christopher's School, Richmond, VA (c) Copyright 2010. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.