Non-fiction Monday: Let’s Count to 100!



Let’s Count to 100! by Masayuki Sebe is a colorful book filled with pages and pages of groups of 100. Each page has a question such as “how many moles are snuggled up with a frog, how many cats have striped tails, or how many different kinds of fish are there.

Besides counting to 100 emergent readers and mathematicians will learn concepts such as few, many and counting by ten.  If a reader looks closely they will begin to notice some hidden links and details.

Sebe has created bright, fun and simple to count illustrations that will engage young readers.  Counting to 100 is a big event in kindergarten. This book will be a welcomed addition to any library.

Title: Let’s Count to 100!
Author: Masayuki Sebe
Illustrator: Masayuki Sebe Date Published: 2011
Pages: 24
Reading Level: K-3
Publisher:Kids Can Press
ISBN: 1-55453-6618
Source:  Donation to the library

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Happy Reading.


One thought on “Non-fiction Monday: Let’s Count to 100!

  1. This sounds really great for classroom use. I’ll track it down for the Doucette Library’s student-teachers.
    Thanks for the recommendation.
    Apples with Many Seeds

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