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"Learning Numbers with Nooshi the Balloon Dude" book teaches infants and toddlers the basics of counting and learning numbers. Numbers are one of the first things kids learn and need to know about. Each number features a different balloon animal that matches the number as the count goes up.

Teaching numbers to toddlers is an essential part of their education. Children have to start learning about numbers somewhere, and it usually happens in the home. This book, featuring Nooshi the Balloon Dude, makes it simple and easy for kids to see the number (also a balloon), and then match the number with the number of balloon animals on the following pages. Kids will have fun counting the balloon animals on each page. Infants and toddlers will be learning their number and counting basics in no time. Any investment in a child's education is priceless.

Published: Riley Weber on
ISBN: 9781476052304
List price: $2.99
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