One, Two, Three

One Two Three Created in deceptively simple paper cuts this is a counting book with a difference each image is not only an introduction to numerals but also to the shapes and colors of modern art Small children a

  • Title: One, Two, Three
  • Author: Tom Slaughter
  • ISBN: 9780887767883
  • Page: 178
  • Format: Board Book
  • Created in deceptively simple paper cuts, this is a counting book with a difference each image is not only an introduction to numerals but also to the shapes and colors of modern art Small children, and those with an interest in modern art, will find much to enjoy in this gorgeous picture book.Tom Slaughter s vibrant prints are in the collection of the Museum of Modern ACreated in deceptively simple paper cuts, this is a counting book with a difference each image is not only an introduction to numerals but also to the shapes and colors of modern art Small children, and those with an interest in modern art, will find much to enjoy in this gorgeous picture book.Tom Slaughter s vibrant prints are in the collection of the Museum of Modern Art and the Whitney Museum This, his first children s book, was inspired by the paper cuts of Matisse, Dick Bruna, the art of his late brother in law the renowned fabric artist, Tim Jocelyn as well as the work of his wife, Marthe Jocelyn, creator of Hannah and the Seven Dresses and Hannah s Collections.From the Hardcover edition.

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    1. One, Two, Three by Tom Slaughter is a simple book that would be great to expose toddlers to the concept of counting. Each page is illustrated with some sort of objects with the amount that pairs with the number of the page. The illustration by Tom Slaughter is simplistic, so it did not quite catch my attention as much as I would like. It is not a book that I would highly recommend.

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