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Publisher:  Scholastic ISBN-10:  0439441552
Pages: 

28

Copyright:  Oct 1, 2008 ISBN-13:  9780439441551

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A counting book in English and Spanish, with illustrations by Caldecott Medal winner, David Diaz.

A fun, shaped counting book that lets the reader/listener build their own burrito with the ingredients piling up on a tortilla inside!

     

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Entertaining books on math add up to profitable reading
Regular readers of our column know we've been finding books about various subjects since our back-to-school column in August. Today we cover math, not a common plotline when it comes to literature. And while last year's How Many Seeds in a Pumpkin? by Margaret McNamara (Random House) set the bar pretty high for math books, today's selections combine numbers and words in a way that equals absolute value!

Next week tune in for some scientific finds.

Reviewed by Hannah:

BUILD A BURRITO: A Counting Book in English and Spanish. By Denise Vega. Scholastic. Ages 3-6. $7.99.

Learn to count from one (uno) to ten (diez) -- while building a burrito! Bright colors and bold patterns make this book a fun way to learn how to count in two (dos) languages.

The layered pages have cut-out illustrations of the burrito's ingredients, an attractive feature for little hands.


Winston-Salem Journal
Learn to count from one (uno) to ten (diez) -- while building a burrito! Bright colors and bold patterns make this book a fun way to learn how to count in two (dos) languages. The layered pages have cut-out illustrations of the burrito's ingredients, an attractive feature for little hands.

San Diego Family Magazine
This round book book leads kids ages 3-5 through the steps to assemble a burrito using numbered ingredients...With colorful illustrations by Caldecott Award winner and Carlsbad artist David Diaz, this book is sure to delight readers and stimulate an appetite for learning Spanish.


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