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How Many Fish? (A Silly Counting Picture Book) (Silly Picture Books) [Kindle Edition]

Robert Stanek

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A silly counting picture book for children 0 to 6. Practice counting with your baby or toddler.

Can you, can you, count with me? Can you, can you, find the baby sea turtles?

A wonderfully funny children's picture book!

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Editorial Reviews

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Robert Stanek's Bugville Critters have been recommended by / featured in...
+ Parenting Magazine (2008)
+ The Children's Bookshelf (Publisher's Weekly) (2007, 2008)
+ Children's Writer (2007)
+ Foreword Magazine (2007)
+ School Library Journal (2008, 2009)
+ Library Journal (2008, 2009)
Read letters to Buster from kids all over the world at bugvillecritters.com/letters.htm

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Discover the original Bumble Bee Boy and Lady Bug Girl! Over 100 Bugville books to choose from in print, ebook, audio, and library editions.
 
Robert Stanek is the highly-acclaimed author of more than fifty books for young people and adults, including Journey Beyond the Beyond and The Kingdoms and the Elves of the Reaches. Robert Stanek's Bugville is home to many special critters, and it's where you'll meet Buster Bee and all his friends.

The Bugville Critters stories address all the major issues of growing up and are designed to appeal to the ever-growing interests of children three to eight years old. These refreshing stories combine facts about our natural world with fictional stories that instruct and entertain.

Robert Stanek wrote the Bugville Critters books as bedtime stories for his children. The stories address the real issues and challenges his children faced as they started school, made friends, and started to learn about the world around them. The stories provide real lessons about life, friendship, family, our world, the natural world of which we are all a part, and our environment.

Robert Stanek's children have enjoyed hearing the tales of Buster Bee, Lass Ladybug, Cat Caterpillar, Barry Beetle, and all their friends for many years. As they got older, they urged Robert to bring his stories to life for other children to enjoy, and that is what he set out to do in 2004. The first Bugville Critters stories were published in audio in 2005 and in print in 2007.

About the Books

Starring: Buster Bee, Lass Ladybug, Barry Beetle, Sarah Silkworm, & All their friends

With Special Guest Stars: Mrs. Beeswax, Earthworm Tim, Dag Dragonfly, Dr. Doopillar & Others

Bugville books starring Buster Bee include...

#1. Visit Dad and Mom at Work - Buster Bee is going to visit Bee Hive, the factory where his dad and mom work. He is practicing to be a Super Helper so he can help out. He learns the importance of hard work and also learns a lesson about eating the right foods.

#2. Go To School - Buster Bee goes to B. Havior School. He meets his new teacher, Mrs. Beeswax, and learns an important lesson about why it's important to make friends and be friendly.

#3. Have a Sleepover - Buster Bee invites Sarah Silkworm over for a sleepover. Sarah and Buster are working on a school project together. Sarah and Buster learn it is okay to be afraid of the dark.

#4. Visit Garden Box Farms - Buster Bee and his friend, Sarah Silkworm, visit Garden Box Farms. Sarah and Buster are working on a school project about farming. At the farm they learn about growing fruits and vegetables.

#5. Go On Vacation - Buster Bee and his family go on vacation to Long Lake. Buster is unsure about going away from home but learns to adjust. He meets a friend named Dag, and the two have fun at the lake.

#6. Rush to the Hospital - Buster and his family return from vacation. Buster learns the value of doing what he is told. After all the hard work, Buster's Mom has a special surprise for him, but there's an even bigger surprise waiting for Buster at Bugville General Hospital.

#7. Play Their First Big Game - Buster Bee and his friends Barry Beetle, Lass Ladybug, and Cat Caterpillar practice for and then play in the Little Bug League Tournament of Champions. Along the way, Buster learns the importance of family and the importance of being a helpful big little brother.

Bugville books starring Lass Ladybug include...

#1. Break Their Bad Habits - Bad behavior gets the best of the Bugville Critters. They forget their manners, do things they shouldn't, and get into trouble. It is up to a most unlikely bug to show them the right way to behave.

#2. Stay After School - Lass has to stay after school but she doesn't want to. She'd rather go outside and play with her friends. She is surprised when she has fun and makes a new best friend.

#3. Have A Bad Day - Lass has a bad day. Her friends don't want to play with her, and she feels so sad and lonely. Things get even worse when she encounters a stranger. But her bad day does have a bright spot-you'll see.

#4. Visit City Hall - There's a big meeting at City Hall and all the bugs in Bugville are going. While just about all the other bugs are excited, Lass is worried. Her dad is the mayor and she thinks he's going to lose his job.

#5. Have A Surprise Party - Lass and her family are having a surprise party and everyone is invited. Well almost everyone, for you see there's a problem with the invitations; and some certain, special bugs may not be coming to the party.

#6. Have A Backyard Picnic - Lass and some of her friends are practicing for the B. Havior School Annual Spelling Bee. Cat isn't part of the spelling bee team and isn't invited. Mom Ladybug comes up with a plan to correct Lass's rude behavior and that plan includes a fantastic picnic lunch in the backyard for Lass and all her friends.

#7. Compete in the BIG Spelling Bee - Lass and her friends are going to compete in the B. Havior School Annual Spelling Bee. When Lass gets a big case of stage fright, her family and friends work together to help her through it.

The witty narrative, with bountiful critter jargon, boisterous interjections, and plenty of humor, makes for a fun read-aloud, and colorful artwork captures the antics of the critters with playful perspectives and hilarious details. Nonstop action, good-natured critters, and a comical view of going to school and making friends will attract critter aficionados, older siblings, moms, and dads alike.

Bugville Critters has been recommended by Parenting Magazine, Foreword Magazine, Follett Early Learning and more, and featured in Children's Writer, Children's Bookshelf, Publisher's Weekly, Library Journal, School Library Journal and more.

Bugville Critters stories address all the major issues of growing up and are designed to appeal to the ever-growing interests of children everywhere. The wonderfully crafted stories are paired with energetic illustrations of a colorful cast of critters and playful scenes.

Product Details

  • File Size: 2007 KB
  • Print Length: 19 pages
  • Publisher: Silly Picture Books (December 11, 2011)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B006L7SQ16
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #484,041 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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More About the Author

Robert Stanek is a dad, husband, and #1 bestselling author of more than 150 books, including the epic fantasy Ruin Mist series. His books have received many awards for excellence and outstanding contributions to the writing community. Dubbed 'A Face Behind the Future' by The Olympian, he has been helping to shape the future of the written word for two decades. Robert Stanek is founder of ReadIndies, GoIndie and more, supporting aspiring, new and established authors. His books have been featured and/or recommended by VOYA, Publisher's Weekly, Parenting Magazine, the Journal of Electronic Defense, BookWire, The Children's Bookshelf, Children's Writer, Library Journal, The Fantasy Guide, and more.

In his long, distinguished career, Robert Stanek's books have been distributed and/or published by Simon & Schuster, Random House, Macmillan, Pearson, Microsoft, O'Reilly, Prentice Hall, and others. Robert Stanek also was a columnist for PC Magazine and Dr. Dobbs. After high school, he joined the military to see the world and has lived in Asia, Europe, the Pacific, and many parts of the United States. He served two combat tours in the Gulf War as a combat flyer. Learn more at www.robertstanek.com, www.ruinmistmovie.com, and www.bugvillecritters.com.

From his earliest days as a writer to the present, Robert Stanek has been lending a helping hand to other writers. Over the years, he's helped many, many writers get their books and professional papers published. In 2007, he also founded Go Indie and ReadIndies.

Don't miss his #1 bestselling Ruin Mist books:

Kingdoms and the Elves of the Reaches #1, 2, 3, 4
In the Service of Dragons #1, 2, 3, 4
Guardians of the Dragon Realms #1, 2
Dragons of the Hundred Worlds #1,2
A Daughter of Kings #1, 2, 3, 4

Like the little engine that could, his books are the little books that could. Year after year his books have had steadily increasing readership. Interest from movie production companies has come and gone. New editions and new books have been introduced. A graphic novel and comics were released. He works now and again on a script that may someday be the first Ruin Mist movie (or it may not). "Who knows for sure what the future may bring," he says.

He thought 2002 was a banner year when print sales soared beyond his wildest expectations and he was living with a smile on his face. He thought that year would never be topped, never be achieved again. Until he brought Ruin Mist to audio in 2005 and the books catapulted to #1 on Audible for FOURTEEN consecutive weeks and then stayed on the Kids & YA Top 10 for the next THREE YEARS.

When that massive run ended, he thought, "Oh man, this is the end of the ride, but what a ride it's been." Then sales rocketed again and he had his best few years ever as a writer. "That was nirvana. That was magical."

By 2011 he thought for sure the ride was over. That this was it for Ruin Mist, but it wasn't so for the 12 months from October 2011 to September 2012 brought more new readers to the world of Ruin Mist than any other 12-month period. Ever. "Who knew books published so many years ago could still have best years ahead of them," he says. "The point being, you never know. That first or next book you write may be the one. Then again it might not, but you never know until you put yourself out there."

About writing, Robert Stanek says, "You know you're in the right place in life when you wake up every day with a smile on your face. You know you're in the right place as a writer when that smile is because you're eager to get to the keyboard, eager to get the thoughts racing through your mind down on paper."

"That eagerness to capture thoughts on paper has carried me through many days, many years, and many books. As a writer, that eagerness has made the blank page a friend rather than a foe. That blank page can be your friend too--if you let it. And if you let it, you can fill it with everything that's inside you, everything that you can wonder about, everything that you can dream about, and everything that you can imagine."

Wondering where to start reading Stanek's work? Consider "The Best of Robert Stanek" list from OverDrive's ContentWire for Libraries...
#1 The Pieces of the Puzzle
#2 Keeper Martin's Tale
#3 Bugville Collection #1: Visit Mom and Dad At Work, Go to School, Have a Sleepover, Visit Garden Box Farms
#4 The Kingdoms and the Elves of the Reaches
#5 In the Service of Dragons
#6 Journey Beyond the Beyond
#7 Stormjammers: The Extraordinary Story of EW Operations in the Gulf War
#8 Bugville Critters: Every Number Counts
#9 Absolutes & Other Stories
#10 Exploring Ruin Mist: Special Edition for "The Kingdoms and the Elves of the Reaches" and "In the Service of Dragons"

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