Centipede has one hundred feet. One hundred feet means one hundred shoes. How in the world does Centipede choose shoes? This Math Reader clearly demonstrates the concepts of pairs and multiple sets, all in simple, rollicking, rhythmic text and with bright, graphic illustrations.
Charles Ghigna - Father Goose®
lives in a treehouse in the middle of Alabama. He is the author of more than 100 books. He has written more than 5,000 poems for children and adults that have appeared in anthologies, newspapers and magazines ranging from The New Yorker
magazines. He has served as poet-in-residence, instructor and chair of a creative writing department, poetry editor, and a nationally syndicated poetry feature writer. He speaks at schools, conferences, libraries, and literary events throughout the U.S. and overseas. For more information, visit his website at FatherGoose.comBob Staake
's 2006 Golden Book The Red Lemon
was a New York Times
Best Illustrated Children's Book of the Year. His 2008 Golden Book The Donut Chef
received glowing reviews from The Wall Street Journal
and Publishers Weekly.
In addition to his work with Random House, Bob's titles include Mary Had a Little Lamp
(Bloomsbury), Look! A Book!
(Little Brown), and Cars, Galore
(Candlewick). Outside of his work in children's publishing, Bob's illustrations have also been seen on several popular New Yorker
covers, including the 11/17/08 "Reflection" cover that is officially the most popular New Yorker
cover of all time. In 2008, Bob was the recipient of Time
magazine's 2008 Best Magazine Cover award.