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FREE E-PUB ⛎ Uno's Garden Æ When Uno arrives in the forest one beautiful day, there are many fascinating and extraordinary animals there to greet him And one entirely unexceptional SnortlepigUno loves the forest so much, he decides to live there But, in time, a little village grows up around his house Then a town, then a city and soon Uno realises that the animals and plants have begun to disappear What a totally fun way to teach kids basic math skills Adding Subtracting Multiplication Squares Even exponential growth I didn t find the tree hugging message too overbearing Present, but conveyed in a tasteful way that will generally be met with little argument The idea that people should be good stewards of the earth is one that generally resonates positively How that is accomplished is another matter entirely This book can also really encourage kids to be creative since the world What a totally fun way to teach kids basic math skills Adding Subtracting Multiplication Squares Even exponential growth I didn t find the tree hugging message too overbearing Present, but conveyed in a tasteful way that will generally be met with little argument The idea that people should be good stewards of the earth is one that generally resonates positively How that is accomplished is another matter entirely This book can also really encourage kids to be creative since the world is fictional, as are the plants and animals You cannot help but smile at their names, and pictures In typical Base hide and seek fashion, children read along and count the various items on each page The illustrations are colorful, exotic, and fascinating The ending foldout is a real treat I m just waiting for this to become a Pixar movie Our library only has a few Graeme Base books and I read them all so I m having to go ILL to seeof them and I m glad that I did Graeme is such an artist His stories have detail, personality and they are beautiful and fun to look at He is also a puzzler, it seems He loves to create puzzles for people to solve This is a counting book, a puzzle book and a find it in the picture book.He has 3 vectors to look for Animals, plants and buildings Each vector is doing something different The Our library only has a few Graeme Base books and I read them all so I m having to go ILL to seeof them and I m glad that I did Graeme is such an artist His stories have detail, personality and they are beautiful and fun to look at He is also a puzzler, it seems He loves to create puzzles for people to solve This is a counting book, a puzzle book and a find it in the picture book.He has 3 vectors to look for Animals, plants and buildings Each vector is doing something different The back page explains it all At the end we see that it s also a bit of a nature book The point of the story and the game is to see that we need to achieve a balance between these 3 vectors Of course, I m working on a story and have been for years and years The thing I am trying to achieve is that balance between human civilizaton and nature I do believe we are smart enough to find a way to live with nature and we don t have to be at war with one another This book was perfect for me at this moment.The nephew read this with me and then he and his dad took the book and went looking for all the stuff in the pictures His dad explained some of thecomplex math things like Prime Numbers in the book You can read this and go to bed or you can use it to learn some higher type math stuff He gave this 4 stars He loved the one eyed monkey things and he loved the name of the Puddlebuts, of course Well beyond X man s current capabilities but definitely on the list to read to him when he s older.After slightly disappointing me with the straightforwardness of Jungle Drums Graeme has outdone himself in this book Truly tremendous fun in playing hide and seek with all of the plants and animals he conveniently provides a list of what to find, and how many.At the simplest level this is a relatively simple counting game the animals count down from 10 to 1 But the back of the book explain Well beyond X man s current capabilities but definitely on the list to read to him when he s older.After slightly disappointing me with the straightforwardness of Jungle Drums Graeme has outdone himself in this book Truly tremendous fun in playing hide and seek with all of the plants and animals he conveniently provides a list of what to find, and how many.At the simplest level this is a relatively simple counting game the animals count down from 10 to 1 But the back of the book explains a the maths behind the numbers of plants, buildings and humans with increasing level of complexity of maths This should keep the kids going well into primary school.The underlying story is also agreeable the first children s story I ve read with a blatant environmental message I love the Trifflids a reference to Day of the Triffids with its self destruction of the human race Book 14, Day 14 Mini Family Classics from News Limited.Author Illustrator Graeme BaseFirst Published 2006An environmental story of hope and rebirth focussing on original made up , creative animals, plants and buildings Full of visually striking images to make the reader look further into the story while overlaying the whole with a math lesson Fibonacci numbers, as well as basic counting The story is sweet and intriguing, making the book an interesting addition to our library.Graeme Base Book 14, Day 14 Mini Family Classics from News Limited.Author Illustrator Graeme BaseFirst Published 2006An environmental story of hope and rebirth focussing on original made up , creative animals, plants and buildings Full of visually striking images to make the reader look further into the story while overlaying the whole with a math lesson Fibonacci numbers, as well as basic counting The story is sweet and intriguing, making the book an interesting addition to our library.Graeme Base discusses Uno s Garden it s a story of balance with layers mathematical sequencing counting games, and hope as we look at the difference we make to our environment.Teaching Resources Teaching resource for 4 5 year olds from The Little Big Book Club Emphasises nature exploration and gardens Also has speech therapy setting Emphasises comprehension, sequencing, and transition words Math activities including data collection, sequencing and relationships.Age taking into account comprehension, concentration, language Read aloud 4 counting games Read yourself 6 with Math concepts increasing to 10 ISBN 9327014001283