Lauren Child - Numbers - Hachette Children's Group

Numbers

Board Book

By Lauren Child

  • Board book
  • £4.99

Help your toddler learn to count with Charlie and Lola! From Children's Laureate, Lauren Child.

Help your toddler learn to count with Charlie and Lola!

This brilliant board book, from Children's Laureate Lauren Child, introduces first counting skills in classic Charlie and Lola style. Little ones will love counting up all the objects on each page and joining in with Lola as she counts from one to ten.

Featuring everyday objects, such as three fish-fingers, five nibbly biscuits and eight felt pens, this bright, bold, quirky counting book will encourage children to find numbers in the everyday world around them.

Also available: Shapes, Opposites and Things

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  • Other details

  • ISBN: 9781846164521
  • Publication date: 15 Mar 2007
  • Page count: 16
  • Imprint: Orchard Books
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