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East Coast Counting

East Coast Counting

Flanker Press
Paperback
2021-04-28

978-1-77457-060-9

14.95 CAD

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1 Lighthouse . . .

2 Horses . . .

3 Jellyfish . . .

From the Peggy’s Cove lighthouse to the dolphins of Twillingate Island, warm and welcoming images serve as a beautiful backdrop in this early educational counting book. Dawn Baker, an artist from Gander, Newfoundland and Labrador, was inspired by the common bonds shared by the provinces in the Atlantic Bubble—New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island!

Inspired by the common bonds shared by the provinces in the Atlantic Bubble, Baker's early counting book, which focuses on numbers 0 to 12, portrays natural attractions, iconic symbols, and wildlife common to the area. From the Peggy's Cove lighthouse to the kayaks in the Bay of Fundy, from the Newfoundland Dog puppies to the warm sands of Cavendish Beach, young children will delight in counting the beautifully rendered images that Baker has created. Though the book has a mostly maritime flavour, the author has also captured other landforms, flowers and native species that can be found in the inland areas of the various regions. The final page of "Twelve beautiful faces" smiling and saying "Hello" portrays multicultural characters that reminds us of the diversity that exists within the region. Young readers and their adult caregivers will appreciate seeing themselves represented in such an inclusive manner. East Coast Counting is Dawn Baker's twelfth book published by Flanker Press. Exquisitely presented and full of detailed endnotes and tidbits of information, young readers and their families will be counting down to the day when they can visit the east coast in person.-- Stephanie Collins - Fireside Collections --
In additional to the rhythmic words across the pages, Baker uses beautiful and vibrant illustrations too. Children will be drawn to these colourful images as they count their way through the book. I mean, who is not going to love counting eight Newfoundland puppies or nine chickadees perched in branches? This book is a very sweet way for adults (or even older siblings) to spend time with little ones, encouraging them to learn.-- Edwards Book Club Reviews --
“East Coast Counting” by acclaimed Newfoundland children’s author and illustrator Dawn Baker is kid approved in our house and has already made its way to the favorites shelf! This charming book offers the reader gorgeous, eye-catching and soul-soothing artwork that perfectly illustrates the beauty and uniqueness of our four Atlantic provinces. The verses that accompany these pictures are delightful and appealing for children and adults alike. Educational but fun (because we LOVED counting all the Newfoundland dog puppies out loud) this book is sure to please. When everyone stops what they’re doing and listens - really listens - then I know that this book has captured, and held, their attention and that it really must be something special. There are also some really great little snippets at the back of the book on the different locations, animals, birds and some neat bits of trivia. One of my favorite parts is near the end, in this section. It says “Atlantic Canada is well-known for the warmth and kindness of its residents. In a region of unlimited beauty, its people remain its best feature!” This really tugged at my heartstrings and makes me so proud to be from a place that can be included in such a wonderful sentiment. My children were very happy to add “East Coast Counting” to their Dawn Baker collection and I can say with absolute certainty, that it will not be the last!-- Nicole Little - Nicole's Reviews --
East Coast Counting by Dawn Baker is a fun and educational counting book for young readers. Using iconic Atlantic Canadian landmarks, animals, and other objects, children learn about the places and things in this part of Canada, while also practicing their counting skills. The illustrations are bright and cheery, which is a great representation of the overall welcoming feel of Atlantic Canada. There is also an opportunity to practice counting the images on each page, which is perfect for the youngest of learners. Included at the back is a description for each of the places or things mentioned throughout the book, which provides a bit of education and explanation for readers who are unfamiliar with the area. Whether you live within Atlantic Canada or beyond, this is a wonderful book to practice counting, while capturing some of the highlights of the area.-- Melanie Metivier - Miramichi Reader --

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