Ten Little Ladybugs

Ten Little Ladybugs In Ten Little Ladybugs one by one ten tactile bugs disappear Where did they all go Young ones will love finding this out as they feel their way through the sturdy colorful pages of this innovative

  • Title: Ten Little Ladybugs
  • Author: Melanie Gerth Laura Huliska-Beith
  • ISBN: 9781581170917
  • Page: 491
  • Format: Hardcover
  • In Ten Little Ladybugs, one by one, ten tactile bugs disappear Where did they all go Young ones will love finding this out as they feel their way through the sturdy, colorful pages of this innovative book The cute critters provide a hands on learning experience and the rhyming text reinforces the counting concept Interactive, educational, adorable this magical countdIn Ten Little Ladybugs, one by one, ten tactile bugs disappear Where did they all go Young ones will love finding this out as they feel their way through the sturdy, colorful pages of this innovative book The cute critters provide a hands on learning experience and the rhyming text reinforces the counting concept Interactive, educational, adorable this magical countdown book adds up to a whole lot of fun See why over 800,000 have been sold to date Book Details Format Board BookPublication Date 2 1 2001Pages 22Reading Level Age 2 and Up

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    1. A gothic tale of kidnapping, murder, cannibalism, and mayhem in the insect kingdom, Ten Little Ladybugs, written by Melanie Gerth and illustrated by Laura Huliska-Beith, presents a troubling view of the devastating havoc that eschatological idolatry and ideology wreak on America’s children. That such potentially scarring material is promoted as a “children’s book” is even more troubling.The cover is gaily festooned with the pastoral scene from a bourgeois garden, the smiles on the faces [...]

    2. Ten little ladybugs are in an epic eleven page journey home. While traveling they meet several animals in the wild and interact in awesome counting fashion. Filled with colorful images. Not much to say for plot, it was written for three year olds with interactive number memorization in mind.As a classic counting book, ten becomes one and repetition rules. Accomplishes the task well. What makes this counting book stand out is the three dimensional ladybugs. Firmly placed in a wide base within eac [...]

    3. "Ten Little Ladybugs" is a book that introduces the concept of counting to children. In the story, ten little ladybugs disappear one at a time. On each page, the child can count each of the ladybugs. This book helps to strengthen the child's ability to identify numbers, count, and recognize patterns (i.e. the pattern of a ladybug disappearing on each page). With this text, I would supply each child with ten little ladybugs and have the children take one away as each page is read aloud. This allo [...]

    4. This is such a strange book. Spoiler alert: the book is rather bold in its plot. It begins with 10 little ladybugs (very true to its title) but on each page, a larger animal appears (e.g bird, grasshopper, fish) and a ladybug disappears. So babies like me are lead to believe that this is a "life-is-rough" kind of book about those that eat and those that are eaten. But at the end of the book, all the ladybugs (and the 9 other animals mentioned) reappear! At the end of the book, I'm left with many [...]

    5. While I like the concept of this book, and the illustrations were colorful and appealing, my inner child spent the whole time I was reading it screaming, "are all the lady bugs dead????" This is like a thinly veiled lesson about the circle of life in the bug/animal kingdom. Or possibly something that could be turned into a murder mystery. While as an adult I found this to be morbidly humorous, I think that it could easily be terribly distressing to a child. At least everything turns out all righ [...]

    6. Cute counting story with colorful illustrations, a fun rhyming narrative and hard plastic ladybugs. Our girls have borrowed this book several times from the library. And now they can read it themselves.

    7. i used this for a babies and toddlers program, and only have good things to say. 10 little ladybugs is a traditional counting rhyme with lots of repetition and rhyme, and very rhythmic - i opted for a more melodic sort of rhythmic chanting, but you could easily sing it if you wanted to. this book expands on the rhyme a bit, and of course comes with lovely visuals to tell the story of the rhymeis one was particularly popular with the more tactile toddlers at the storytime. at my request, they (mo [...]

    8. Summary: This story is about ten little lady bugs and each of them going away with a different animal. At the end of the story they are all back together - and home! The story is supported strongly by illustrations and little ladybugs that are three-dimensional. With the the text, the numeric associated with the number of ladybugs left is also drawn on the page. Writing traits: Sentence fluency - There is a certain rhythm and flow when reading this book. Each sentence starts with *insert number* [...]

    9. Ten Little Ladybugs written by Melanie Gerth and illustrated by Laura Huliska-Beith is the perfect book for the young ones o learn how to count down from 10.The text is in bold at the bottom of every page and even has a fun, but readable, font. The pictures are done in beautiful watercolor and the colors used are bright and colorful that it makes it pleasing to the eye. Ten Little Ladybugs is also a tactile book as well as a board book. It is very easy for children to interact with and they can [...]

    10. Both of my girls have loved this book! The illustrations are great too! SpoilerFirst time I read this book I thought it was a little morbid. But alas the random animals were not eating the lady bugs but taking them home!

    11. I remember reading this to my sister's kids. I loved it as much as they did. The text flowed in a way that you take a deep breath and let out the little ladybug story and then start with the next ladybug.

    12. I don't think there's a human alive who loves ladybugs more than Ruthie, so this is a perfect book for her.

    13. Absolutely loved this story as a kid! Between the pop-out ladybugs, cute rhyming story and illustrations, it was highly enjoyable. Read it many times. Good book for kids!

    14. Nice counting and rhyming book. First time I read it I thought it was morbid but had a nice fun ending. The kiddo likes the rhymes and pictures.

    15. Genre: Picture Book; Fiction; Concept: Math Age: Pre K, KLexile: NPSynopsis: This is a “learning to count BACKWARDS” book. 10 touchable ladybugs disappear with the turn of each page. Pages are cut out with yellow, red, and orange ladybugs showing through. The story tells you, in rhyme, what happened to each ladybug. However, the story has a happy endingConcepts/Ideas for Instruction: Math: Sequencing, Subtraction (-1); Writing: Rhyme, Poetry; “Ten Little Ladybugs” is a realistically fict [...]

    16. Ten little Ladybugs by Melanie Gerth is a fantasy fiction book for the ages of 4 to 8. This book about numbers starts out with 10 ladybugs but as they begin to come in contact with several different animals and other insects ,the ladybugs start to disappear one by one! I rated this book at 5 stars because this supposedly simple story of counting a really cool twist to it. It’s a great book to read to children because it’s going to be really fun to hear what they think happened to the ladybug [...]

    17. "Ten Little Ladybugs" is a great book to read to children who are learning how to count. While most books would probably start with the number 1, and count up from there, this book starts with the number 10, and then goes down. This book is about 10 ladybugs who are sitting on a vine, and then with each page, a bug or animal comes along, and a ladybug disappears, causing the reader to count down. As you read the book you can't help but wonder where the ladybugs disappear to, but once it gets dow [...]

    18. Title: Ten Little LadybugsAuthor: Melanie GerthIllustrator: Laura Huliska-BeithGenre: fantasy fictionTheme: countingOpening line/sentence: Ten little ladybugs sitting on a vine, along came a butterfly – then there were…Brief Book Summary: This is a counting book that starts at 10 with 10 ladybugs in the story. Each page you turn some type of animal comes along and takes one of the ladybugs so the number of ladybugs goes down each page by 1. Professional Recommendation/Review #1: The Little L [...]

    19. In the book ten little lady bugs we learn that one by one, ten tactile bugs disappear. Where did they all go? Young ones will love finding out as they feel their way through the sturdy, colorful pages of this innovative book. The cute critters provide a hands-on learning experience and the rhyming text reinforces the counting concept. Interactive, educational, adorable -- this magical countdown book adds up to a whole lot of fun absolute favorite part of this book is the colors. they are so ente [...]

    20. I found a few counting books this week, but "Ten Little Ladybugs" by Melanie Gerth has to be my favorite! Children love stories that include have things that can be touched and played with on the pages. The story of "Ten Little Ladybugs" is about helping a child learn how to start counting at one, and progressing to ten. Each page has a little pop-up ladybug on it and they look real. As the reader turns the page, a new ladybug will appear, eventually going from one ladybug all the way to ten! Th [...]

    21. Ok, first off this is adorable. The little plastic 3-D ladybugs in their cut-outs on the pages? Fun to touch and engaging. Of course, the book is not true-to-nature. (Which is ok, given that the inspiration for many of the 'ten little' books comes from the horrible 1868 song "Ten little Indians" by Septimus Winner. For those who wonder, be assured that (view spoiler)[No ladybugs appear to have actually been harmed in the plot (hide spoiler)].) Various bugs, beasts and birds-- most of which would [...]

    22. Title: Ten Little LadybugsBibliographic Reference: Gerth, M, & Huliska-Beith, L (2007). Ten Little Ladybugs. Atlanta, GA: Piggy Toe Press. Summary: This book has to do with 10 ladybugs that go on an adventure. It starts counting down, where on each page a ladybug fly’s away. Then after all fly away, they go home and there are the 10 ladybugs. The ladybugs pop out so it is easy to find and count them. Personal Reaction: I think this is a good basic book for children to read. It helps them t [...]

    23. My 17-month-old enjoys poking his fingers through the holes on each page and watching the numbers decrease with each turn of the page. I don't get the sense that he notices or engages with the images or words in the book yet, though. They are not as high contrast and simple as some other books for toddlers, but I think he will enjoy this more as he gets older. I remember enjoying this book in my childhood. The other downside to this book is the implication that the ladybugs are getting eaten eve [...]

    24. This is a great book for children who are trying to learn numbers, and if you wanted to go really in depth, you could even talk about subtraction. The ladybugs disappear one at a time so that is how you could link the story to math. The book uses a lot of rhymes so that would be great for students to catch on to and notice patterns. My personal favorite part of the book was the illustrations. The pages all use vibrant colors and the pictures that are all different shapes, textures, and cut out. [...]

    25. I think that this book is very nice and simple as far as a mathematics book goes. The pictures were very vibrant and colorful, which would make it fun for children to look at. I also think that it goes at a slow pace so that a parent could actually count with the child on each page the amount of ladybugs. Similarly, I think this book is nice because it has the plastic ladybugs on each page, which is good for the sensory part of learning with the child. I think that this book would be suitable fo [...]

    26. I just read "Ten Little Ladybugs" written by Melanie Gerth and illustrated by Laura Huliska-Beith. I really enjoyed this counting book for children. The book counts to ten with a rhyme for each number. The writer used ladybugs as the figures being counted. I enjoyed the rhyming pattern, the writing, and the illustrations. The ladybugs also popped out from the pages and were made for children to be able to physically touch. I feel like that is one great aspect about the book. I love the colorful [...]

    27. I'll start off by saying that I do not like ladybugs. I pretty much hate them. The story begins with 10 ladybugs. They meet other creatures and start disappearing by one. I know I should feel badbut I don't. Like I said, I hate ladybugs and anyway they should know better than to talk to strangers. I gleefully read onetty soon I'll be rid of all these ladybugs. Then the twist ending!! The horrifying end! SPOILER ALERT. They have not disappeared! They were partying all along with the stranger dang [...]

    28. The first time I read this book to Samuel, several years ago, I was pretty freaked out after the first couple pages: "This is horrible! What's happening to all the ladybugs?!?" It did become one of Samuel's favorites, and now Joey (nearly 3) is into it. We'll definitely be reading this one again soon because Joey seemed very interested in recognizing the numbers and identifying all the creatures. After I read it to him tonight, he very gently pretended to pick up each little ladybug off the cove [...]

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