Photographs illustrate groupings of objects in larger and smaller numbers.
|LC Classifications||QA248 .H592 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged) :|
|ISBN 10||0688156932, 0688156940|
|LC Control Number||97036665|
Oct 29, · Adult and child enjoying this book together can dissect the photos together to discover how to categorize the items to define more, fewer, or less. As a concept book it certainly is aimed at pre-emergent and emergent readers. It will certainly inspire a lot of conversation and build listening vocabulary without any text at all.4/5(1). Oct 29, · More, Fewer, Less. by Tana Hoban. We'd love you to buy this book, and hope you find this page convenient in locating a place of purchase. Select a Bookseller - Direct Link to Buy Before you claim your free e-book, tell us more about what you like to read so we can send you the best offers and opportunities. X. What kind of books do you like. Oct 15, · More from Less: The Surprising Story of How We Learned to Prosper Using Fewer Resources_and What Happens Next [Andrew McAfee] on lemoisduvinnaturel.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. From the coauthor of the New York Times bestseller The Second Machine Age, a compelling argument—masterfully researched and brilliantly articulated—that we have at last learned how to /5(69). Very basic book. The lack of word may cause some confusion. The title suggests that it will be a comparison of more, fewer, and less, but it is hard to figure out which one is being depicted/5(2).
Tana Hoban knows what fires the eyes and minds of her young admirers the world over. And with every click of her camera, she zooms in on a new discovery--like this treasure trove, a full-color lesson on quantities. Look at the stacks of brightly colored teacups, the racks of shiny new shoes, the bin full of mouth-watering candies. Where are there more?/5(2). More From Less () by Andrew McAfee is a very interesting look at how developed countries are now creating more economic value from less physical inputs. McAfee is a professor at MIT who wrote the acclaimed book 'The Second Machine Age'/5. More from Less by Andrew McAfee after year, even as its economy and population continue to grow. What’s more, the US is polluting the air and water less, emitting fewer greenhouse gases, and replenishing endangered animal populations. And, as McAfee shows, America is not alone. “In his new book More from Less McAfee applies his Released on: October 08, Oct 11, · “In his latest book, The More of Less, Joshua Becker leads you through the steps of finding the life you want by getting to the heart of what you need. If you have been looking for a practical, actionable guide to help you find a simpler and more fulfilling way of living, this is the book you need.” So the fewer things we have, the more /5().
Jul 26, · lemoisduvinnaturel.com: Less (Winner of the Pulitzer Prize): A Novel (): Andrew Sean Greer: Books I will admit that I laughed out loud a few times, and that's a lot more than I get out of the majority of books I read, but overall it was tedious, difficult reading. I was left wondering if "winner of the Pulitzer prize" was just part of the /5(2K). This is a great book to talk about more or less and odd and even. There is a fair in honor of Mr. Shaw who is retiring. One booth is a guess your age booth. If Eddie could guess your age in 3 or less guesses he won. If it took 4 or more guesses, you got a prize and if it took 6 or more, Eddie got dunked. When people would come to his booth 4/5. Over the weekend I had the pleasure of reading an advance copy of Joshua Becker’s new book, “The More of Less.” By the 2nd chapter, I had to put the book down for a second to get a highlighter. As I continued to read, I started thinking, “I can’t wait to pass this book on /5. Feb 05, · More or Less?, by Judy Nayer; ISBN (Big Book) More, Fewer, Less, by Tana Hoban; ISBN (Children's Book) Read the book More or Less to the class and have them predict the correct answers to the questions that are asked. Go back through the book and have your students come up with their own more/less/same questions.