One, Two, Three

Learn to count ( funny nursery rhymes )

Children - Picture Book
24 Pages
Reviewed on 04/13/2018
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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite

One, Two, Three: Learn to Count - Funny Nursery Rhymes by Anri Laran is a book that will help children learn to count from one to twenty-one quickly. The book has a very different way of introducing children to counting, which makes learning fun. The group of three numbers is followed by nursery rhymes and figures which again introduce young readers to new words and concepts. Along with figures and funny nursery rhymes, the book will help children learn to count and memorize the numbers without much difficulty. The book is more about rapid learning and not about math where the quantitative characteristics of the numbers are explained. So what are you waiting for? Let us start counting: one, two, three…

I found the author’s approach to the topic very refreshing and original. There are so many books that teach children counting, but this book does it in a different and entertaining way, which makes learning fun, interactive, and interesting. The illustrations are delightful and they add to the unique appeal of the book. Grouping the numbers and having figures and verses is a good way to pull young readers into the book. Books like this are good for children to teach them new things and encourage them to look at learning in different ways which are not conventional. It is a perfect book for tutors and educators to teach students counting, and also for parents when it comes to introducing their children to counting.