Mom Always Finds Out received David Carter’s 100 book for review. All opinions expressed are my own. This blog post may contain affiliate links.
Lift-the-flap books are a great way to let children interact with their reading materials. There are flaps on flaps on flaps inside David Carter’s 100 book that make learning to count a hundred times more fun! There are 100 surprises all along the way from the number 1 to one hundred.
David Carter’s 100 book is a wonderful way to help preschoolers and kindergarten students master their counting skills all the way up to 100! I have never seen any book quite like it. Most counting books stop way before the 100 mark. David Carter’s imaginative illustrations start at the number 1 and go all the way to 100. My kids and I enjoyed reading this book because of the colorful pictures on each flap. Every page has a different picture theme – our favorite was the dinosaur page!
Kids will love the pictures and different themes found throughout the book, including city streets, underwater scenes, and the forest. Other lift-the-flap book we have read just can’t compete with the sheer number of flaps found in here. There are literally flaps upon flaps to create a book full of surprises. It is so much fun to count to 100 with this book.
See David Carter’s 100 book in action on YouTube:
Where To Buy:
David Carter’s 100 is available for purchase at nationwide book retailers and online at Amazon.com.
About the Author
DAVID CARTER is a writer, illustrator, and paper engineer well known for his pop-up and flap books, especially How Many Bugs in a Box? and the critically acclaimed One Red Dot series. He frequently collaborates with his wife, author Noelle Carter, and together they have created a series of Little Mouse books.