Where’s Albert?

Where’s Albert?
by Eleanor May; illustrated by Deborah Melmon
Math concept: Counting & Skip Counting
It’s campout time for the Squeak Scouts! The ten little mice can’t wait to explore the great outdoors. But when Albert gets sidetracked with his pet snail, Flash, the Squeak Scouts must shout, “Where’s Albert?”
Free Printable Activities
Interest Level: Ages 4 & up
Trim size: 8.5″ x 8.5″ Pages: 32
Book features: Full-Color Illustrations, Activities Page, Discussion Points, Online Resources
978-1-57565-855-1 Library Binding
978-1-57565-858-2 Paperback
978-1-57565-861-2 E-Book
Art from Where’s Albert?

Praise for Where’s Albert?:
“Fun way to review skip counting! Readers count by 1’s, 2’s, 5’s, and 10’s as they follow Albert and the Squeak Scouts on their adventure. Fun activities included at the end of the book. Recommended.”—S. Buckles, Tarver-Rendon Elementary School, Association of Region XI Librarians, Fort Worth, TX

“Perfect for first grade. Where’s Albert? provides good reasons to count equal groups. This title could even be used with second graders to build foundations for multiplication.”—Teaching Children Mathematics, Journal of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics

“This visually appealing series will be a hit with young readers. Colorful, humorous illustrations tie the text to the topic. Each volume … will help readers see how math concepts are all around us in our daily lives. An excellent series for math enrichment … makes the math concepts fun and interesting.” —School Library Connection for Where’s Albert?, Albert Doubles the Fun, Albert Helps Out, and Bravo, Albert!

“Highly recommended. Imaginatively illustrated by Deborah Melmon.”—Children’s Bookwatch

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Complete Mouse Math series, Paperback

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