by Silver Burdett Ginn .
Written in English
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Anthony Browne's One Gorilla is simply and beautifully a number and counting book, featuring the digits from one to ten, and text-wise, it really does not present much else. However, for young children just learning their numbers, One Gorilla truly is a superb introduction to the same (to basic numbers), with the added benefit of showing that ALL primates, including 4/5. One Gorilla: A Counting Book by Atsuko Morozumi was an absolutely incredible book. The artwork was phenomenal to say the least. Every illustration was extremely realistic and the way it was designed was extremely interesting. Each page offered additional challenges to find the hidden animal. As a puzzle fan this book was very entertaining for me/5. Hats off to Anthony Browne for creating One Gorilla it is the faces peering back at the observer that change everything: wise, cunning, playful, exuberant, crafty, sweet and sly this picture book invites the very youngest to gaze into the luminous eyes of their primate cousins and see a spirit as intense, as intricate and as important as 3/5(2). You’ve gotten your book on as many eBook stores as possible and worn your fingers to the bone publicising it on social media. But even the savviest operator (such as one who’s paid attention to our essential social media tips) can only do so much alone. There are a number of promotional sites who can share the news with readers who have declared an .
PreS-Gr In this beautifully illustrated counting book, a narrator lists beloved things, including a gorilla, butterflies, pandas, etc. To imagine a child daydreaming about different animals, picturing them in their various habitats, will conjure up a 5/5(2). The Anthony Browne version is a very basic book starting with one primate on page one, two on page two, etc etc. The Morozumi version is a delightful book with exceptional drawings and various animals hidden in undergrowth and trees. Once more the numbers increase with the pages, but the style of the book and its quality is exceptional/5(78). About One Gorilla: A Counting Book “Browne’s exquisite precision, with delicate hatching of fur and careful stippled delineation of facial lines, becomes jubilant with color and personality.” — Bulletin of the Center for Children’s Books (starred review) What better attention-getter for small children than primates in all their variety? Ishmael is a philosophical novel by Daniel novel examines the hidden cultural biases driving modern civilization and explores themes of ethics, sustainability, and global y framed as a Socratic conversation between two characters, Ishmael aims to expose that several widely accepted assumptions of modern society, such as human Author: Daniel Quinn.
Count from one to ten with Anthony Browne's stunning apes and primates. In this elegant 1–10 counting board book, Anthony Browne out-does himself with a vivid presentation of primates from gorillas to gibbons, macaques to mandrills, ring-tailed lemurs to spider monkeys. With his striking palette, exquisite attention to detail and quirky flair /5(78). Hannah spends all of her time reading gorilla books, watching gorilla TV shows, and drawing gorilla pictures. She has gorillas on her bedside lamp and even on her box of cereal. Hannah loves gorillas and longs to see a real one, but her father is always too busy - or too tired - to take her to the zoo. Then, on the night before her birthday, something extraordinary happens - and . One gorilla: A counting book by Morozumi, Atsuko A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. The spine may show signs of wear. Pages can include limited notes and highlighting, and the copy can include previous owner inscriptions. At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend Less. One gorilla. Two butterflies among my flowers and one gorilla. Three budgerigars in my house and one gorilla. One very playful gorilla keeps popping up in gardens, forests, jungles, and even people's houses as he takes the reader on a wild counting adventure. He hides as much as a gorilla can! along with all the other creatures as they dart 5/5(14).