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Count and See

Illustrated by Tana Hoban

There are things to count all around you. If you look. And think. And see. Tana Hoban does -- and so will the youngest reader who accompanies her through this book. Exciting photographs -- reinforce by the number as word, as numeral, and as model set -- show you how to count what you see, and make what you see count.

Tana Hoban has won more than a dozen gold medals and other prizes for her work as a photographer, filmmaker and television commercial consultant. Her photographs are in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art and have been part of such exhibitions as The Family of Man. Her two previous books, Shapes and Things and Look Again! received unanimous critical acclaim. Tana Hoban has one daughter and lives in Philadelphia with her husband.

Tana Hoban has won more than a dozen gold medals and other prizes for her work as a photographer, filmmaker and television commercial consultant. Her photographs are in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art and have been part of such exhibitions as The Family of Man. Her two previous books, Shapes and Things and Look Again! received unanimous critical acclaim. Tana Hoban has one daughter and lives in Philadelphia with her husband.

  • CBC/NSTA Outstandng Science Book for Children
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  • Horn Book Fanfare
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