Count On The Subway by Jacobs Paul Dubois

Count On The Subway

byJacobs Paul Dubois

Other | October 28, 2016

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1 MetroCard, Momma and me.
Down 2 flights—to catch the 3.
4 turnstiles, singers 5.
A rumble, a screech . . . the train arrives!

This bright, young counting book is a delightful trip through the New York City subway system. Hand in hand, child and mother see colorful subway signs and funny passengers, watch trains screeching by, and make new friends. With bold illustrations and a playful, rhyming text, this is not only a counting book, but also a tribute to New York and a sweet story of a child and parent navigating the city together.

About The Author

PAUL DuBOIS JACOBS and JENNIFER SWENDER are a husband-and-wife team whose picture books include My Subway Ride and My Taxi Ride (illustrated by Selina Alko), and NASCAR ABCs and NASCAR 1-2-3's (illustrated by Aaron Zenz). They live in Massachusetts, where they run an educational writing and consulting company. They continue to particip...
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Title:Count On The SubwayFormat:OtherDimensions:32 pages, 10.25 × 10.25 × 0.25 inPublished:October 28, 2016Publisher:Random House Children's BooksLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0307979237

ISBN - 13:9780307979230

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Publishers Weekly  starred review, March 17, 2014
"Yaccarino continues to revel in his role as one of the city’s most upbeat visual chroniclers, rendering the subway as bustling, bright, (and spotless) metropolitan crossroads with a soundtrack all its own.”