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Harper Collins
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Harper Collins Parents Need to Eat Too It is an undeniable truth: Parents Need to Eat Too! Food and parenting writer Debbie Koenig... addresses the dilemma faced by so many parents coping with the demands of a new baby by offering simple, healthy, and delicious recipes for moms and dads who are too sleep-deprived, too frazzled, or simply too busy to cook nutritious meals for themselves. From dinners that can be eaten with one hand while you hold baby to slow cooker culinary masterpieces to full courses that can be readied while baby naps, Parents Need to Eat Too is chock full of delicious, easy to make recipes, helpful kitchen tips, and real solutions to real problems faced by hungry parents.Product Measures: 7 3/8 by 9 1/4Recommended Ages: - years Read More

Harper Collins
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Every child is a natural mathematician, according to Mitsumasa Anno. Children start to count long before they learn their ABC's, f...or they are constantly comparing and classifying things and events they observe around them. As they try to bring sense and order into what they observe, they are actually performing basic mathematical feats. In this book, Mitsumasa Anno, the creator of the brilliantly inventive Anno's Alphabet, invites young readers on another stimulating adventure of the imagination-this time into the world of numbers and counting. Gentle watercolor pictures show a landscape changing through the various times of day and the turning seasons, months and years, and the activities of the people and animals who come to live there. But the seemingly simple plan of the book is deceptive: look more carefully and you will see one-to-one correspondences; groups and sets; scales and tabulations; changes over time periods; and many other mathematical relationships as they occur in natural, everyday living. Just as our forebears developed our number system from observing the order of nature, the reader is subtly led to see and understand the real meaning of numbers. Look at this book and look again. Each time you do so, you will find another application of a natural mathematical concept that you had not noticed before.Book Details:Format: HardcoverPublication Date: 3/1/1977Pages: 32Reading Level: Age 4 and Up Read More

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