Top 10 Numbers Books

    The Very Hungry Caterpillar
    6.3
    Series
    01
    The Very Hungry Caterpillar
    Written and illustrated by Eric Carle
    Pride & Prejudice
    5.8
    Series
    02
    Pride & Prejudice
    Written by Jennifer Adams & illustrated by Alison Oliver
    One House
    5.8
    03
    One House
    Written by Sarah MacNeill
    The Numberlys
    5.6
    04
    The Numberlys
    Written by William Joyce & illustrated by Christina Ellis
    Can't Sleep Without Sheep
    5.6
    05
    Can't Sleep Without Sheep
    Written by Susanna Leonard Hill & illustrated by Mike Wohnoutka
    1-2-3, You Love Me
    5.5
    06
    1-2-3, You Love Me
    Written and illustrated by Jill Howarth
    07
    One, Two, Three!
    Written and illustrated by Sandra Boynton
    One Whole Bunch
    5.4
    08
    One Whole Bunch
    Written by Mary Meyer & illustrated by Sara Gillingham
    09
    Animal Numbers
    Written and illustrated by Thomas Flintham
    Where Is My Pink Sweater?
    5.3
    10
    Where Is My Pink Sweater?
    Written and illustrated by Nicola Slater

"1...2...3...5...8...10!" That's how my toddler counts to ten, and quite frankly, it's adorable. I'm in no rush to ensure he can count perfectly anytime soon (I just have to get really fast at hiding in hide-and-seek!) but reading number books together is a fun way for him to feel like he's learning and knows lots of things, while subconsciously eventually sneaking a four into that counting line up. Quite frankly, there are some truly boring number books out there—let's skip those—but there are some fantastic ones too. Here's to counting books you won't mind reading again.. and again... and again!

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