What in the World? Numbers in Nature, illustrated by Kurt Cyrus/Beach Lane Books, September 1, 2015
A nose. A mouth.
The moon. The sun.
Discover the wonders that come two by two through ten by ten–and beyond!
“The numerical nature of nature forms the basis of this elegant rhymed counting book, which calls attention to orderly patterns all around us.”–New York Times Book Review
“Textured, visually rich, and gracefully simple, this is a fine blend of informative poetry and illustration.”–Kirkus Reviews
Day’s simple rhyming text encourages children to count natural phenomena. From one moon and sun to stars in “sets too big to count,” her examples give viewers opportunities to hone their skills.”–School Library Journal
“Pleasant and diverting, this numerical list may well encourage readers to notice patterns in natural phenomena.”–Publishers Weekly