Twelve Days of Kindergarten

Twelve Days of Kindergarten : A Counting Book

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"On the first day of kindergarten, my teacher gave to me the whole alphabet from A to Z." Welcome to kindergarten, a wonderful world full of puzzles, pencils, and picture books! Each day promises an adventure as teachers give their students something new to do. Whether feeding fish or building with blocks, these students discover what fun school can be! Drawing on the rhythm and rich repetition of the familiar "Twelve Days of Christmas," Deborah Lee Rose's story is a lighthearted and welcoming introduction to school. Kids will love following along and joining in as the text accumulates, culminating on the twelfth day. Readers of all ages will want to enroll!
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Product details

  • 0-5
  • Hardback | 32 pages
  • 252 x 269 x 10mm | 520g
  • Harry N. Abrams, Inc.
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • 32 colour illustrations
  • 0810945126
  • 9780810945128
  • 1,252,208

About Deborah Lee Rose

Carey Armstrong-Ellis: Carey Armstrong-Ellis learned in kindergarten to color inside the lines, and it's been working for her ever since. Her first book was Prudy's Problem: And How She Solved It. Deborah Lee Rose: Deborah Lee Rose has seen her own children through the exhilarating, exhausting first days of kindergarten. She is an internationally published author whose award-winning books are among the New York Public Library's "100 Books to Read and Share." Ms. Rose lives in the San Francisco Bay area, and speaks at schools as well as reading, library, and education conferences.
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