Albert’s Bigger Than Big Idea

Albert’s BIGGER Than Big Idea
by Eleanor May;illustrated by Deborah Melmon
Math concept: Comparing Sizes: Big, bigger, biggest; small, smaller, smallest
Albert, Wanda, and Cousin Pete take a trip to the fruit bowl in the People Kitchen. Albert is the smallest mouse, so he gets the the smallest piece of fruit. But Albert dreams of bagging the biggest piece of fruit in the whole kitchen-if only he can avoid the cat!
Free Printable Activities
Interest Level: Ages 4 & up
Trim size: 8.5″ x 8.5″ Pages: 32
Book features: Full-Color Illustrations, Activities Page
978-1-57565-521-5 Library Binding
978-1-57565-522-2 Paperback
978-1-57565-523-9 E-Book

Praise for Albert’s BIGGER Than Big Idea:
"These books continue the adventures of mouse siblings Wanda and Albert as they explore math concepts hidden in brightly colored illustrations…By listening to or reading about Albert and Wanda’s math-centered adventures, early learners see how to best tackle problems and find solutions. The harmonious and appealing text and illustrations present many opportunities for discussion of other topics, such as helping others, staying safe, getting along, and thinking about the best way to solve problems."—School Library Journal (for Albert’s BIGGER Than Big Idea and other titles)

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