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published: Feb 2007
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publisher: Kids Can Press

City 123

by Zoran Milich

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edition:Paperback
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published: Feb 2007
ISBN:9781554531639
publisher: Kids Can Press
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Learning to count is as easy as 1, 2, 3! With vibrant photographs showcasing the numbers one to ten, City 123 invites kids to look at cityscapes with new eyes. Familiar objects such as skyscrapers, bags of leaves, cars -- and even french fries! -- will help children discover that numbers are all around them. Soon they'll be counting just for the fun of it!

About the Author
Zoran Milich is an award-winning photojournalist. He lives in Toronto, Ontario.
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Recommended Age, Grade, and Reading Levels
Age:
2 to 5
Grade:
p to k
Editorial Reviews

Milich’s pristine images and counter-friendly layout rank this title among the best [photo concept books].


[T]his will show young children that numbers are part of everything they see and what they do.


By adding a bit of humor and a sense of context, Milich has created a book that is even more child-friendly than his previous concept books, and just as handsome.


From the numeral one on the back of a bystander’s lime-green shirt to the 10 gold mail slots on an apartment building, the images offer a visually enticing (and educational) tour.


An excellent, well-constructed concept book. Outstanding color photographs invite children to count skyscrapers, taxis, firefighters’ boots, and other familiar objects around the city. Children will thoroughly enjoy this first-rate counting book.


By adding a bit of humor and a sense of context, Milich has created a book that is even more child-friendly than his previous concept books, and just as handsome.


Milich’s pristine images and counter-friendly layout rank this title among the best [photo concept books].


An excellent, well-constructed concept book. Outstanding color photographs invite children to count skyscrapers, taxis, firefighters’ boots, and other familiar objects around the city. Children will thoroughly enjoy this first-rate counting book.


[T]his will show young children that numbers are part of everything they see and what they do.


From the numeral one on the back of a bystander’s lime-green shirt to the 10 gold mail slots on an apartment building, the images offer a visually enticing (and educational) tour.

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City 123

It’s as easy as 1, 2, 3! Vibrant photographs showcase the numbers 1 to 10, inviting children to look at cityscapes with new eyes. Kids will discover that numbers are all around them.

Source: The Canadian Children’s Book Centre. Canadian Children’s Book News. 2006.

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