5 edition of Numblers found in the catalog.
On each double-page spread a number from one to ten changes gradually into a familiar object or animal, splitting apart in the process into the appropriate number of parts or pieces. Descriptive text in the back gives clues as to the nature of the thing depicted.
|Statement||Suse MacDonald, Bill Oakes.|
|LC Classifications||QA113 .M33 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. :|
|Number of Pages||32|
|ISBN 10||0803705484, 0803705476|
|LC Control Number||87032736|
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While the book is fun, the fact that Numblers uses colored backgrounds and textured shapes sometimes creates problems. In some cases, especially number seven, where the color values are similar and both figure and ground textured, Numblers book pictures are difficult to discern.
Still, it's a stretch for the imagination and an enjoyable way to introduce 5/5(2). Get this from a library. Numblers. [Suse MacDonald; Bill Oakes] -- On each double-page spread a number from one to ten changes gradually into a familiar object or animal, splitting apart in the process into the appropriate number of parts or pieces.
Descriptive text. Numbers (Numbers, #1), The Chaos (Numbers, #2), Infinity (Numbers, #3), Numbers - Die Trilogie plus Prequel, and Numbers Trilogy. The book was somewhat dry in its presentation of the material.
If fact, it seemed almost textbook like in the approach. That being said, I found the subject matter and content of the book rich The Numbers Behind NUMB3RS was a fascinating look at how mathematics is used in criminology every day and it's applications towards crime and criminal /5.
Dazzling colored shapes animate this counting book created by the author of Alphabatics and newcomer Oakes. Numbers one through 10 appear on the left-hand pages in ascending order, first as numerals a. Fish Eyes: A Book You Numblers book Count On Hardcover – Ma MacDonald and Oakes' Numblers (Dial, ) also uses strong color and stark form to present visually the concepts of increasing quantity and transformations, but in a more thoughtful and well-integrated way, with movement inherent in the design.
/5(62). In striving to enrich the lives of all readers, TeachingBooks supports the First Amendment and celebrates the right to read. A follow-up to MacDonald's Alphabetics (Caldecott Honor, ). Here, each numeral from one to ten is shown as a simple figure that evolves in two intermediate stages to become a representational image—which is made up of the appropriate number of variations on the original figure's form.
The numeral 2, for instance, becomes a swan with the second 2 forming the. Browse books by Bill Oakes Numblers. by Suse MacDonald and Bill Oakes. 2 Resources. Add to Reading List Share this Book. Images courtesy of publishers, organizations, and sometimes their Twitter handles.
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