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September 10, 2019
9.2 X 0.2 X 8.7 inches | 0.5 pounds
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About the Author
Judy Cox is a former elementary school teacher and the author of picture books such as Haunted House, Haunted Mouse and chapter books including Ukulele Hayley, a Bank Street College Best Book, and The Secret Chicken Society, which was nominated for four state awards and named a Best of the Best title by the Chicago Public Library. She lives in Oregon. Nina Cuneo is a Swedish-Italian artist. She is the founder of Studio Armadillo, a graphic design and illustration studio based in Milan, Italy. In addition to illustrating children's books in Europe and North America, she has created editorial illustrations for La Repubblica.
"This story provides an entertaining and humorous introduction to skip counting suitable for early elementary students. It will certainly be enjoyed by animal lovers, insomniacs, and anyone familiar with the conspicuous amount of math involved in knitting."--School Library Journal " Children can count along, add the numbers, and then subtract them in this enjoyably crafty bedtime tale. The pen-and-digital ink drawings feature one black-haired, white Clarissa and a multitude of appealing and colorful critters, beloved by all knitters. Count them, play with them, and knit them into one wonderful blanket."--Kirkus Reviews