The 123s of D&D

The 123s of D&D

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A child can get their first glimpse into the world of Dungeons & Dragons, even as they learn their early numbers, a precursor to every new path in counting. Teach numbers to any early reader as told imaginatively within the world of Dungeons & Dragons. With read-aloud friendly rhyming couplets from Ivan Van Norman and adorable illustrations from Caleb Cleveland.
Publisher: Renton, WA : Wizards of the Coast, LLC, [2018]
Copyright Date: 2018
ISBN: 9780786966684
0786966688
Branch Call Number: Picture Book VanNorman
Characteristics: 1 volume (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 21 cm
Additional Contributors: Cleveland, Caleb - Illustrator

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PimaLib_JonM Jan 10, 2019

A companion piece to the ABCs of D&D (by the same author and illustrator pair,) this one is a counting book and a bestiary in one. Again, it captures the essence and spirit of Dungeons and Dragons showing a small adventuring party encountering strange and exciting locations, creatures, and ci... Read More »


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PimaLib_JonM Jan 10, 2019

A companion piece to the ABCs of D&D (by the same author and illustrator pair,) this one is a counting book and a bestiary in one. Again, it captures the essence and spirit of Dungeons and Dragons showing a small adventuring party encountering strange and exciting locations, creatures, and circumstances. But this time it focuses on numbers rather than on alphabetical entries (though its bestiary does act as a bit of an alphabetical listing of the creatures found in its pages.) Unfortunately, it breaks the cardinal rule of number books by employing cardinal numbers (one, two, three, et cetera) exclusively. Ordinal numbers (1, 2, 3, and so on) are not just important for the age group this book is going to be read to and by, but they're also on the dice with which the game is played. Of course, the book is otherwise wonderful, so this seems like a bit of a downer to mention. But it's very important for such books. Maybe they'll revise it in the future and get those in there. Just add a die into each illustration. Come on, folks. Do it!

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