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123 New Jersey : A Cool Counting Bookby Unknown
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Using some of the most famous symbols and attractions in the Garden State, this chunky board book helps young readers learn to count to 10. The Camden Aquarium, the George Washington Bridge, diners, the famous beaches of the Jersey Shore, and many more are all depicted in bright colors and detailed design. 123 New Jerseyalso includes a location page where parents can find all the symbols and landmarks in the book as well as a list of conversation starters that will help parents begin a lively talk with their kids about the Garden State.
Puck is the author of the Cool Counting Books series, the Doodle Books series, My Foodie ABC, and New York Baby, and has worked as a writer, an editor, and a translator for national publications and publishing houses. He lives in Baltimore, Maryland.