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Roar A Noisy Counting Book

S is someone to play with but he is simply too noisy As the little lion cub Roars his way across the grassland young picture book readers can count the African animalsidentify them by colorand Roars along. My son loves this one It s an enjoyable read if you can get past the grammatical errors and lack of flow of the textrhyme The writing could ve benefitted from another revision or two but all in all it s still a fun counting book for preschoolerskindergarteners

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One day while great big lions lie basking in the sun a little lion cub goes off to find some fun Roars the little lion cubWho will play with me1 red monkey rushes up a treePoor little lion cub All he want. Summary A lion cub s roar frightens away other colorful animals from one red monkey to eight brown gazelles that he wants to come play with him until he encounters nine other lion cubs Not crazy about this book because it is awkward in its flow I wish the word ROAR was used as the animal sound instead of as a verb I wanted to really roar when I said the word it is in caps but it didn t fit right in the sentence I would want to encourage the kids to roar with me with this book but it just doesn t work with the way the text is I would use this with a story time if I was stuck finding a book for a theme ROARS the little lion cub Who will play with me1 red monkey rushes up a tree Friendly little lion cub feels a little sad Plods down the pathway pad pad pad He ROARS by the lake Will you walk with me today2 pink flamingos flap and fly away Story Time themes counting safari animals lions colors Animals counted red monkey pink flamingo orange warthogs blue lizards gray hippos green crocodiles black rhinos brown gazelles

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TooThis rollicking Roaring poem about a rambunctious little lion cub is a collaboration of the talented author and illustrator team Pamela Duncan Edwards and Henry ColeChildren's Pick of the Lists 2000 A. Fun to read out loud

  • Hardcover
  • 32
  • Roar A Noisy Counting Book
  • Pamela Duncan Edwards
  • English
  • 01 November 2017
  • 9780060283841

About the Author: Pamela Duncan Edwards

Pamela Duncan Edwards grew up in northern England and moved to the United States several years ago with her husband and two sons She has lived in the Washington DC area ever since Her father wrote children’s stories for magazines in England and his love of children’s literature was a huge influence on her Pamela taught preschool for eleven years in England before becoming a children’s librar



10 thoughts on “Roar A Noisy Counting Book

  1. says:

    Summary A lion cub's roar frightens away other colorful animals from one red monkey to eight brown gazelles that he wants to come play

  2. says:

    Ages 2 4 A counting book featuring an absolutely precious yet misunderstood lion cub trying to make friends out in the sahara The lion cub attempts to make friends and play with many creatures around the sahara including warthogs blue lizards and green crocodiles all of which politely but rapidly decline the lion cub’s reuest for play in the form of a counting rhyme “3 orange warthogs cry ‘Thank you just the same’” This rhyming re

  3. says:

    I am definitely going to use it in my toddler story time I saw on a storytime blog that they held up a sign for the kids to roar on each page as you advance the numbers and my kids would get a kick out of that The illustrations are cute and it will work for my lions and tigers and bears oh my storytime in a few weeks

  4. says:

    This is a fun book for kids to practice counting while also being able to interact with the book by roaring It could attract the interest for them to participateSix 1Traits presentationDRA Level 20Lexile 450

  5. says:

    My son loves this one It’s an enjoyable read if you can get past the grammatical errors and lack of flow of the textrhyme The writing could’ve benefitted from another revision or two but all in all it’s stil

  6. says:

    My grandson and I both loved this book Delightful plot and charming illustrations as well as a review of both colors and numbers

  7. says:

    Fun to read out loud

  8. says:

    Edwards has written an entertaining counting book and enthralls children It's a great read aloud for story times

  9. says:

    A great counting book that incorporates animals and colors into the text The illustrations are nicely done and all the roaring the little cub does will get kids excited to listen to this story

  10. says:

    Charming concept book for both counting and colors

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