How Many Bugs
in a Box?


A Pop-Up Counting Book
by David Carter

A pop-up counting book of comical bugs that literally burst out of the box with each turn of the page. Each spread features a different number of bugs, making this a fun book for teaching the numbers 1-10. The wow factor varies quite a bit from spread to spread, but it's still a fun experience nonetheless.

Note: The playful bugs are Carter's own creations (ie: 'saw bugs' that have saws for noses) so don't buy this book if you are looking for science lessons on bugs!  :)

Interest Levels        Kindergarten - 2nd grade    

Peek Inside
Below is a sample spread from inside this book. Pop-up books are always tricky for using with children (ie: without adult supervision, guess how long those little swords will remain intact...?) This is definitely a book you will want to set aside for special viewing, but it's so fun and silly, your kids will oooh and aaaaah and giggle.

image source:  http://library.bowdoin.edu/arch/exhibitions/popup/colors-and-counting.shtml


Related Activity
A pair of creative Kindergarten teachers have created a book template to do with your kids after reading this adorable book. To learn more about this book, you fill find more details on their Pinterest page by clicking here.


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You may also want to check out other pop-up books by David Carter. To learn more about these books, click on the book covers below or the link above.