Count On Clifford #2020

Count On Clifford By Norman Bridwell Count On Clifford Clifford teaches young readers how to count
  • Title: Count On Clifford
  • Author: Norman Bridwell
  • ISBN: 9780590442848
  • Page: 363
  • Format: Paperback
  • Count On Clifford By Norman Bridwell Clifford teaches young readers how to count.
    Count On Clifford By Norman Bridwell
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    About "Norman Bridwell"

    1. Norman Bridwell

      Norman Bridwell is an American author and cartoonist, best known for the Clifford the Big Red Dog series of children s books Bridwell attended John Herron School of Art in Indianapolis, Indiana He currently resides on Martha s Vineyard, MA, where he continues to write an average of two books a year.

    757 thoughts on “Count On Clifford”

    1. Count on Clifford Clifford teaches young readers how to count.I always loved Clifford so there was no question about it, I had to read this book This is a counting book It is Clifford s birthday and the fun things they do They include counting by inviting four friends, and having three presents This is a great learning book


    2. We didn t grow up with too many Clifford books, but I think we had the large version of this I remember that I loved counting all of the different dogs.9 1 12 Unfortunately, our copy is not very large This may not be as exciting in a storytime setting as it would in a lap read or read alone And I had such hopes for my birthday theme storytime to include a counting book.


    3. Cute counting book, although not our favorite, I guess It follows the story of getting ready for Clifford s birthday party The illustrations seem dated, but the numbers are clear and my son picked them out on each page It was nice to have him count the objects in the scenes, but the adding up and distinguishing between girl and boy was a little harder.






    4. Yeah, I was definitely a douche when I was little I distinctly remember being like WTF why would I read a book about counting when I could just COUNT




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