Garden Party: A Counting Adventure

Garden Party: A Counting Adventure


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Join the fun and celebrate good friends! Follow Cottontail with a “wiggle, hop, wiggle” down Farmer Dale’s trail while counting adorable woodland animals in their search for yummy treats!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781946101815
Publisher: Clear Fork Media Group LLC
Publication date: 09/07/2018
Pages: 42
Product dimensions: 8.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.25(d)
Age Range: 3 - 6 Years

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Garden Party: A Counting Adventure 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
JoleneG More than 1 year ago
This gorgeous book is so much fun! Animals, rhyming, and counting are combined with fun words and an even more fun adventure. Kids will love the vibrant illustrations and may even want to have their own garden party!
GayleCKrause2WriteandRead More than 1 year ago
Follow the woodland creatures in Tania Guarino’s rhyming concept book, Garden Party: A Counting Adventure for rollicking, rhyming fun. Alliterative phrasing throughout the refrains makes each animal’s sound patterns fun to say aloud. And Emma Allen’s colorful illustrations bring Tania’s words to life. From bunny to skunks to deer to snails, a cacophony of critter sounds ring through the pages of this picture book and children will delight in turning the page to see which animal will arrive at the party in Farmer Dale’s garden next.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
There are so many things to love about this book! Where to start? At the beginning, I guess! The bunny who sets the whole adventure in motion clearly has a plan (the illustration shows the stockpile of carrots she has already gathered in her burrow.). She heads off toward the garden for more and is joined by 2 skunks, 3 fawns, 4 foxes, etc on her counting adventure. Midway through the story, the rollicking rhythm of the adventure is beautifully paused by the arrival of the 5 snails, who bring the whole crew to a screeching halt. But before you know it they’re all on their way again, the snails hitching a ride on the faster animals. I won’t give away the ending – you’ll have to read the book! The rhyming story is nicely written and fun to read aloud. Kids will enjoy the different sounds and movements used to describe the animals’ way of going (e.g. “wiggle, hop, wiggle” and “swishy, swoosh, swoosh”) and being able to chime in on the anticipated repetition of “down Farmer Dale’s trail!”. The art is bright, colorful, and lively, and young readers will have a great time searching the illustrations to find all the snails! A fun addition to any library.