How Many Jellybeans?

How Many Jellybeans None

  • Title: How Many Jellybeans?
  • Author: Andrea Menotti Yancy Labat
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 497
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    1. Andrea Menotti Yancy Labat

      Andrea Menotti learned about jelly beans and big numbers at the candy obsessed age of seven Her parents promised her a special treat when she had refrained from sucking her thumb for three weeks She chose a bag full of what seemed to be an almost never ending supply of her favorite sweet, jelly beans Over the days to come, she paid secret visits to the closet where the bag was hidden and was surprised by how quickly the jelly beans disappeared She remembers making a note to herself You can never have too many jelly beans Andrea Menotti is a parent, a talented author, a former teacher, and a former Chronicle editor She lives in Ithaca, New York, with her husband, Yancey, and their daughter When I think of stories, they are children s stories most of the time I enjoy children and feel a connection with them and their experiences And it is so much fun to read books to children they are the best audience ever, so inquisitive and engaged From interview on publisher site at chroniclebooks landing

    298 thoughts on “How Many Jellybeans?”

    1. This is a darling book that illustrates numbers very well! Starting with the question, "How many jellybeans do you want?" the book moves in number up to a huge foldout at the end of 1 million jellybeans! My 7 year old daughter was delighted with this book, which she found at the library. Then I was delighted, and my four year old was delighted, my two year old, my 10 year old and my 11 year old. This book is a winner. So much fun! I loved the use of different colored jellybeans and flavors to il [...]

    2. This book illustrates in a creative and visually appealing way the relative sizes of numbers of increasing orders of magnitude and so fills a gap that is not addressed by the many counting books available for children. The climax is the final page, which folds out several times to reveal a drawing of one million colorful jellybeans. The four-year-old I read the book with had never seen a million of anything before, and I have to admit--neither had I! This book could be useful for older children [...]

    3. This book cleverly illustrates the drastic difference between varying quantities of jelly beans. This could be used a mentor text for math content.

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