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Secret Agent Josephine's Numbers Paperback – November 2, 2011
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"Georgia absolutely adores the 'Numbers' book! Her favourite page -> The number 9! We read it (almost) nightly and always find something new and nifty on each page." - Mommy Knows
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There seems to be some concern about viewing the images in a Kindle format. In our experience, We've not had any trouble with the clarity, or size, of the images, and most often read Ponnay's books on a Galaxy S5. I was initially a bit nervous about purchasing a children's book where the pictures are a critical part of the story, but was pleasantly surprised at how well the images looked.
I received this ebook for free and in return, here is my honest review. Great job Brenda! By Angela
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My 4-year-old loves all of the illustrations (as do I) and she takes great pride in being able not only identify the numbers, but to tell me what gadgets are featured on each page. This is a fun counting book with a twist!
I read this with my four year old boy, Alex, and his first reaction was that this is a book for girls. Once we got past that, he enjoyed looking at all of the pictures. As we read through the book we talked about all the fun things that each of the gadgets could be used for. We normally make up stories and he made up several short stories about using some of the tools in make believe situations.
I highly recommend this books for young girls, and Alex says it's ok for boys too. It's a great counting and imagination workout.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Secret Agent Josephine's Numbers by author Brenda Ponnay is a delightful children's book. It has colorful illustrations and is pretty cute.Published on August 10, 2014 by Bernie
I Liked it a little because it's a good Start for small children who don't know how to count yet.Published on May 26, 2014 by Sarah
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This is so cute and the art work is fun, I look forward to reading this and packing my own spy bag with my little ones.Published on December 11, 2013 by Jet
Cute counting book for kids. What kid doesn't want to be a secret agent? Along with counting it shows what a good agent would carry.Published on November 22, 2013 by Bratty_me27
This is not very appealing. There are better books to teach numbers. It might appeal to some, but hey it was free!Published on November 16, 2013 by Patricia Wellman
My boys enjoyed talking about what equipment they needed.... it is an enjoyable story for young kids with big imaginationsPublished on November 10, 2013 by alwaystimetoread
What a fun book for children and adults to read together. How about writing another book using a spy backpack to increase readership to boys. Read morePublished on November 6, 2013 by Nandy
Cool book but I think that it would be better if you could have made some stuff that people could havePublished on November 6, 2013 by Amazon Customer