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Buzzy & Friends: Lots and Lots

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Buzzy and his friends are learning what it means to have one, some, many, or lots and lots. Buzzy has some oranges—but after he eats them, there are none. Buzzy has some flowers, and his friend has many flowers, but when they go to a field they find lots and lots of flowers! Emily Bolam's sweet and bright illustrations make this the perfect introduction to words used for groups of objects—an important first math experience.
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Buzzy and his friends are learning what it means to have one, some, many, or lots and lots. Buzzy has some oranges—but after he eats them, there are none. Buzzy has some flowers, and his friend has many flowers, but when they go to a field they find lots and lots of flowers! Emily Bolam's sweet and bright illustrations make this the perfect introduction to words used for groups of objects—an important first math experience.
Product Details
Board Book (18 pages)
Published: April 28, 2008
Publisher: Blue Apple Books
Imprint: Blue Apple Books
ISBN: 9781934706114
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