Numbers! - Raymond Stephens, Maria Stephens & Andrew Appel


By Raymond Stephens, Maria Stephens & Andrew Appel

  • Release Date - Published: 2012-04-09
  • Book Genre: Colors
  • Author: Raymond Stephens, Maria Stephens & Andrew Appel
Our rating: 5/5 stars

4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 9 Ratings)

Numbers! Raymond Stephens, Maria Stephens & Andrew Appel read online review & book description:

This book helps two to four year olds to learn numbers and counting to 10 in a fun and interactive way.  It has a chapter of photographs and illustrations for each number. Every vibrant page is accompanied by an animated voice over. Surprise animations keep your child engaged. 

The color-in stencils help your kids improve manual dexterity, while learning how to write numbers and playful quizzes prepare them for test taking in the future. 

Numbers includes:

  83 pages of colors   Animations   Voice overs   Finger painting   Quizzes

The ROBOT series of children's’ books is designed to do three things: 

1. Help your child learn about a specific subject.
2. Help your child to discover how to learn independently.
3. Introduce testing and quiz taking in a playful way.

We also hope to promote your role as an educator in your child’s life. We trust that this will be a good start on the long and rewarding journey of learning about the world.

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Posted Reviews

  • Great book!

    By Bloodnovskiy
    We love it!
  • Great book!

    By Debbie S74
    The drawing tool is awesome!
  • Very good book

    By LennyG6
    This book is not for 2 year olds, as the quizzes require some manual interaction that our 2 year old cannot do. But our 3 year old loves it.
  • Best interactive book!

    By Eng1ishman
    There are a few books about colors and numbers for the young kids that try to archive the same goal, but this one nailed it. It's fun, the pictures are very well selected and colourful, the materials cover the subject very well. And little characters are very cute. The kids love them!

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