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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Grandpa’s 1 to 10 and Back Again by Tony Hunter takes children on an educational and informative journey while teaching them to count from 1 to 10. Harvey wants Grandpa to tell him a story about something that he had done in the past. Grandpa decides to tell him about D-Day in France with his brothers. As he narrates the story, he teaches Harvey how to count from 1 to 10. He tells Harvey how they hit the beaches and rolled up the sand and, as the book progresses, children get to read about Grandpa’s adventures. What a wonderful way to teach counting using trains, planes, automobiles, and military vehicles!
The author makes counting and learning numbers fun and interesting. The pictures are wonderful and will keep children fascinated. It is a good book for tutors, educators, and parents to teach children numbers and counting in a fun and interactive way. The book not only teaches numbers and counting, but also emphasizes teamwork and loyalty in a way that can be understood by young readers. The rhyme scheme works well and introduces children to rhyming words. There is so much for young readers to see in each page and they get to learn the names of new vehicles. Books like this make learning and education fun and exciting and children can learn a lot of new things with a different approach. There is history, there are numbers, there are vehicles, there are rhyming words - what a great learning experience for youngsters!