There was a number Two, that loved playing with the number One. And they would dance together, and when they would go home they would always say, “One, Two, count on you!” Then number Three jumped in, and Two was not able to play with One for a while. Three kept saying that only Odd numbers could play. Two felt really sad. The other Evens told her to make other friends and even to start a fight with the Odds. But Two decided not to, so he was actually being mature and Three was not. Three was just being rude. But because Two was nice, they were able to all get along.
I think this book is awesome, but I left out one part that you will have to find out yourself. The pictures are all numbers that are very colorful. It teaches you a lesson – that if you lose a friend, do not make a fight; you should try to solve the problem yourself. And you can be friends with more than one person.
|Page Count||40 pages|
|Publisher||KO Kids Books|
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