The Oreo Cookie Counting Book
|Rating||:||4.78 (574 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||11 Pages|
(Candlewick, $19.99 each Yellow Set ISBN 0-7636-0947-1; Green Set -0954-4; Aug.) The author and one of the illustrators who served up The Cheerios Counting Book, Barbara Barbieri McGrath and Frank Mazzola Jr., now perform a similar service for another cereal and its fans in Kellogg's Froot Loops! Counting Fun Book. (S&S/Little Simon, $5.99 22p ages 2-5 ISBN 0-689-83489-6; Sept.) Copyright 2000 Reed Business Information, Inc. Cutouts on right-hand pages invite children to place the called-for number of Froot Loops right in the book. Many of the books have been previously published, but here each appears with endnotes directed to parents, iden
Countdown to fun! My son (2 years old) loves this book! The words are simple and concise so they can hold his attention, the illustrations are so beautiful and so detailed, you can even see the real design on the Oreo cookies! Colours and textures are painstakingly and lovingly rendered, and an easy metered rhyme beats out the perfect tune for a read-along. My son h. "The Oreo Cookie Counting Book" according to Cheryl. Wow, this is amazing. Nothing but a marketing ploy by a large company producing worthless food. Oreo cookies for adults who can make their own decisions about eating heavily processed foods loaded with sugar and trans-fats is one thing, but for kids? There is enuf pressure in the world for kids to eat terrible things for them the junk food industry. Forget the kid and keep it your self Bernie This is a cute book that is very sturdy (glossy surfaced card board.) The Oreo design adds to the fun. I bought this to set next to the Agatha Christie book And Then There Were None.The basic story or scheme is that one starts out with 10 cookies. Through a series of events the cookies disappear one by one until
Children will love to count down as ten little OREOs are dunked, nibbled, and stacked one by oneuntil there are none!