Created to capture the imagination of Children through entertainment “The Counting Is Fun series” engages them into learning basic counting and numbers through the play and the puzzle solving of colourful characters in these short stories. The stories also entail humour and drama suitable for children of young age. The books assist Children in their early stages of learning to distinguish numbers, and help them, up to the age of seven, with reading skills. They also show children friendliness and helpfulness in relations and staying close to parents for their safety.
Combination of animal fiction, many beautiful illustrations and counting; in this second rhyme story Jane the puppy, Jack the rabbit and Jala the hen help a lost baby elephant called Jina to find his parents and in doing so they all learn how to count from one to twenty. The playful characters in the stories behave like children. They are joyous, happy, playful and towards one another helpful.
This book is thirty-two pages with nine distinct colour illustrations as part of the story.
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