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  • Counting Stars

    Catherine Rayner

    Board book (Tiger Tales., March 1, 2016)
    Abigail loves to count. It is her very favorite thing. She tries counting Ladybug's spots and Zebra's stripes, but her friends just won't stand still! What's a giraffe to do?
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  • Counting Stars

    David Almond

    eBook (Hachette Children's, Feb. 6, 2014)
    In Counting Stars David Almond tackles the themes common to his work - joy, darkness, love, death and identity - with exquisite sensitivity and tenderness. David's childhood in the north of England was the inspiration for much of his work, and in these beautiful stories he creates a tangible picture of growing up in a large Catholic family. But the sense of mystery and wonderment we have come to expect from David is also present, and it is fascinating to see the kernels of his novels revealed. A must-read for Almond fans everywhere.A stunning collection of stories from the author of the modern children's classic Skellig - winner of the Carnegie Medal and the Whitbread Children's Book Award. David Almond is also winner of the 2010 Hans Christian Andersen award.
  • Counting Stars

    Jordan Deen

    language (Jordan Deen LLC, April 3, 2016)
    Love is a luxury for the weak.At least that's what Madison Nottingfield’s father always said. Coming from a long line of old southern money, Madison has come to accept the uncomfortable job of helping her father in his pursuit of wealth and social status. But by the time she turns seventeen, she’s grown weary of being her father’s favorite way to gain power and prestige.After being nominated to one of the few debutante positions in her affluent country club, Madison thinks her life’s about to hit easy street. If she can learn to stand on her own two feet, she wouldn't need to succumb to her father's whims. For once, she can do what she’s always dreamed of doing; she can’t wait to move forward with her secret plans of ditching her ballet slippers to sing at the year-end talent show—the most important event of the entire year.All of Madison’s hard work seems to be falling in to place, until her conniving parents make a demand…So unthinkableSo life-shatteringSo vile…it almost completely stops Madison in her tracks. Would their plans for her future kill the one thing she desperately desires?Refusing her parents’ request would mean losing everything… family, friends, and her pedigree. But, giving in would mean turning her back on the only thing she’s ever truly wanted. *This is a stand alone novel*
  • Counting Stars

    David Almond

    Hardcover (Delacorte Books for Young Readers, April 9, 2002)
    David Almond’s extraordinary novels have established him as an author of unique insight and skill. These stories encapsulate his endless sense of mystery and wonderment, as they weave a tangible tapestry of growing up in a large, loving family. Here are the kernels of his novels—joy and fear, darkness and light, the healing power of love and imagination in overcoming the wounds of ignorance and prejudice. These stories merge memory and dream, the real and the imagined, in a collection of exquisite tenderness.
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  • Counting

    Henry Pluckrose

    Paperback (Children's Press, Sept. 1, 2018)
    An intorduction to counting for the youngest readers!Math Counts series introduces young readers (grades K-3) to early math concepts. Real-world examples and corresponding photos make math concepts easy to grasp.Counting helps us find out "how many?"
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  • Counting

    Max and Sid

    Board book (little bee books, July 5, 2016)
    A What Can You Spot? board book for the younger set—a series that allows little ones to identify different creatures and objects in their world.Children will love counting the different vehicles and animals on the bright and colorful pages of this adorable board book as children are encouraged to count from 1 to 5. The rounded corners and thick pages make this book perfect for tiny hands.
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  • Counting Stars

    David Almond

    eBook (Hodder Children's Books, Feb. 6, 2014)
    In Counting Stars David Almond tackles the themes common to his work - joy, darkness, love, death and identity - with exquisite sensitivity and tenderness. David's childhood in the north of England was the inspiration for much of his work, and in these beautiful stories he creates a tangible picture of growing up in a large Catholic family. But the sense of mystery and wonderment we have come to expect from David is also present, and it is fascinating to see the kernels of his novels revealed. A must-read for Almond fans everywhere.A stunning collection of stories from the author of the modern children's classic Skellig - winner of the Carnegie Medal and the Whitbread Children's Book Award. David Almond is also winner of the 2010 Hans Christian Andersen award.
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  • Counting Stars

    David Almond

    eBook (Delacorte Books for Young Readers, April 23, 2002)
    David Almond’s extraordinary novels have established him as an author of unique insight and skill. These stories encapsulate his endless sense of mystery and wonderment, as they weave a tangible tapestry of growing up in a large, loving family. Here are the kernels of his novels—joy and fear, darkness and light, the healing power of love and imagination in overcoming the wounds of ignorance and prejudice. These stories merge memory and dream, the real and the imagined, in a collection of exquisite tenderness.
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  • Counting Stars

    David Almond

    Hardcover (Hodder Children's Books, Sept. 1, 2016)
    These beautifully-written stories grow out of David Almond's childhood in the streets and fields of Tyneside. They're funny and sad, realistic and strange, and are suffused with a profound sense of mystery and wonder. They show that the ordinary world is filled with extraordinary possibilities, that the local really does contain the universal. In Counting Stars David Almond tackles the themes common to his work - joy, darkness, love, death and identity - with exquisite sensitivity and tenderness. A must-read for Almond fans everywhere. From the author of the modern children's classic Skellig - winner of the Carnegie Medal and the Whitbread Children's Book Award. David Almond won the 2015 Guardian Children's Book Prize with A Song for Ella Grey.
  • Counting Stars

    David Almond

    Mass Market Paperback (Laurel Leaf, Oct. 14, 2003)
    With stories that shimmer and vibrate in the bright heat of memory, David Almond creates a glowing mosaic of his life growing up in a large, loving Catholic family. He tenderly portrays those moments of awakening that carry a boy’s imagination far from the comforts and limits of his crowded home to the infinity of the star-studded universe. Here are the kernels of his novels—hope and fear, darkness and light, the bonds of ignorance and the healing power of love—in stories suffused with joy and an endless sense of wonder at the power of the imagination and the resilience of the human heart.
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  • Counting Stars

    David Almond

    Paperback (Hodder Childrens Book, Feb. 28, 2001)
    His first novel, "Skellig" won David Almond critical acclaim and several awards. His second and third books, "Kit's Wilderness" and "Heaven Eyes", established him as an author of unique insight and skill. In "Counting Stars", he tackles the themes common to his work - joy, darkness, love, death and identity - with exquisite sensitivity and tenderness. David's childhood in the north of England was the inspiration for much of his work, and in these beautiful stories he creates a tangible picture of growing up in a large Catholic family. But the sense of mystery and wonderment we have come to expect from David is also present, and it is fascinating to see the kernels of his novels revealed. It is a must-read for Almond fans everywhere.
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  • Counting Starfish

    Brenda J. Sullivan, Kathryn A. Sullivan, Paul F. Sullivan

    language (Thompson Street Farm LLC, Nov. 24, 2016)
    Children learn by experience and are stimulated by imagination. Counting Starfish is designed to build both basic concepts and what better way to learn than from the natural world? Counting Starfish was inspired by starfish (or sea stars) living in a tidal pool off the coast of Alaska. This book teaches children the fundamental concepts of counting to ten.