Click, Clack, 123
Doreen Cronin & Betsy Lewin
Simon & Schuster, 2010 (2010)
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Reviewed by Bob Walch
f you have read our picture books before, you know we love to type. I know that cows banging away at a typewriter is kind of weird, but that's what my friends and I get a kick out of.
nyhow, in this new story you can practice your counting skills from one to ten as you watch us sneak the goldfish in the farmer's aquarium out of his house and take them to a lake where we set them free.
e do all of this along with some of our barnyard buddies while the farmer is sleeping. I type a note that says, '
' and then we pin it on the door. We wouldn't want the farmer to not know where we went. Then we put all the little goldfish in water pails and headed for the lake.
f you are a toddler or know one who could use some practice counting, you can have fun counting my friends and the other critters featured in this story. By the time you are done, you'll be pretty good at 1-2-3!
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