A Counting Book of New York City
- Publication Date: April 4, 2007
- Imprint: Abrams Books for Young Readers
- Trim Size: 8 x 8
- ISBN: 9780810913813
- Page Count: 52
- Illustrations: 20 BW Photos 20 Color Photos
- Rights: World/All
The fun adds up as New York is explored in this unique counting book and companion to the award- winning ABC NYC.
New York City comes to vibrant new life as children learn to count from one to twenty in this inventive follow-up to the IRA notable book ABC NYC. Using famous landmarks and exciting new places that readers will want to seek out when visiting, Joanne Dugan perfectly captures the concepts that come to children's minds as they roam the streets of the most exciting city in the world.
Including a comprehensive location list, 123 NYC inspires readers to look closely at the world around them and to see their own special landscape in a new way, all while celebrating the culturally diverse city of New York and all the children who inhabit it.
Praise for ABC NYC An International Reading Association Notable Book
"Dugan clearly shares a view of the city she loves, one that will hold the interest of children through repeated viewings . . . a delightful abecedarian . . ." —School Library Journal
"Where else does M stand for manhole cover?"—Time Out New York Kids
"Say Cheese, New York."—The New York Times
About the author
Joanne Dugan is a professional photographer and also the author of ABC NYC. She lives in New York City. .