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How Many by Ron Van Der Meer
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"How Many" is a book that truly has to be seen to be appreciated. each spread features a different shape (square, circle, star, triangle, rectangle) that has been cleverly paper engineered to form spectacular sculptures. Readers are invited to find and count as many items as they can per spread - shapes within shapes, shapes of different colours and so on. This is a book like no other and belongs on everyone's bookshelf - it's fun, fascination and filled with surprises.

Author Biography

Ron van der Meer is a pioneer of the modern pop-up book and has published more than 150 books, including over 100 pop-up titles. His best known pop-ups include The Art Pack, The Kid's Art Pack , The Math Pack and Monster Island. He currently lives in Slough, Berkshire, Uk and has won the top UK education award, the BETT, for his innovative primary Maths home education scheme
Release date NZ
October 4th, 2007
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Illustrations
full colour
Imprint
Doubleday Children's Books
Interest Age
from 5 to 7
Pages
12
Dimensions
250x249x36
ISBN-13
9780385613378
Product ID
1640172

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