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✓ Read å Icky Bug Numbers by Jerry Pallotta ☆ My 2 year old loves this book She is just right now into counting, but loves looking at all the bugs I like all the Icky Bug books They are wonderful.



I think that math books are a wonderful tool for teaching The author of the book usually makes math fun, interactive and creative which allows for the students to be able to make solid connections to the content Also, the students have a story to remember along with the concept, which enhances the memory This book definitely does that It is very interactive and hands on Also, since the images are bright and realistic, there is a great chance that that will reinforce the students memory of I think that math books are a wonderful tool for teaching The author of the book usually makes math fun, interactive and creative which allows for the students to be able to make solid connections to the content Also, the students have a story to remember along with the concept, which enhances the memory This book definitely does that It is very interactive and hands on Also, since the images are bright and realistic, there is a great chance that that will reinforce the students memory of the content and concept that is being taught in the book Not only would this be a fabulous book for teachers to use either as a whole group read or a small group read where a small amount of students are struggling or even an individual student struggly But this book would also be extremely beneficial for parents to have at home for their children to use and read and refer back to if they get stuck Kids Will Love This Adorable Book That Teaches All About Numbers With Help From The Ickiest Bugs Around Kids Will Love Learning How To Count With Help From All The Icky Bugs In This Book Each Page Brings Readers Into The Natural World Of Strange And Beautiful Bugs

My full name is Gerard Larry Pallotta but my mom always called me Jerry I was born on March 26, 1953 in Boston, Massachusetts My mom s name is Mary, and she came from a family of ten children My dad s name is Joe, and he came from a family of five children My grandparents were immigrants of Italian descent I have the nicest parents in the world They have always been unselfish and ready to help me, even today I have four brothers and two sisters Joey, David, Andrew, Danny, Cindy and Mickey I have seventy two first cousins When I was growing up, there wereKIDS EVERYWHERE My family moved to Medford, Massachusetts when I was young I went to elementary school at Mt Trinity Academy, not far from where my publisher is located in Watertown, Massachusetts I never wrote a book in elementary school, and we never kept journals In the neighborhood where I grew up, almost every family had seven to nine children I guess that you could say that there wereKIDS EVERYWHERE I went to high school at Boston College High School, a Jesuit all boys school in downtown Boston The priests and other teachers were really wonderful I played football and ran track I had a great high school experience and I think later it made my studies in college much easier My sons Neil and Eric graduated from Boston College High School in 2001 and 2003 Neil was named after a teacher I had, Fr Neil Callahan, S.J I never wrote a book in high school, and I never wrote for the school newspaper I was too shy and was afraid of what other kids would think.After high school I went to Georgetown University in Washington, D.C I majored in business, a subject that would help me later in life when I decided to publish my first book At Georgetown, I met my wife, Linda In college I was an average student and was captain of the Georgetown University Rugby Team I never wrote for the college newspaper, and I never imaged writing books A couple of years later, Linda and I got married and I started to work at an insurance company in Boston During the first six years of being married, we had four kids It seemed like there wereKIDS EVERYWHERE Today, we spend a lot of time with my 31 nieces and nephewsagainKIDS EVERYWHERE I learned valuable skills while talking to people, selling insurance and collecting money When I came home from work, Linda would ask me to read to the kids I loved reading to my kids and I learned to appreciate children s books The first few books that we bought were alphabet books and counting books A was always for Apple and Z was always for Zebra One day I decided, Hey, I can do this I had an idea I would write an alphabet book about the Atlantic Ocean I spent every summer at Peggotty Beach in Scituate, Massachusetts I have great memories of lobstering, fishing, mossing, clamming and rowing in my dory.My first book was written in 1985 when I was 32 years old I came up with the idea, wrote it, designed it, researched it, edited it and my cousin, Frank Mazzola, Jr illustrated it I published it myself under the name of Peggotty Beach Books What fun It was first printed on July 7, 1986 I ll never forget that day The book eventually became the 1 best selling book at the New England Aquarium I was afraid that only my mother would like it Teachers and kids told me they really liked my book.While speaking in schools, teachers also told me they were looking for simple non fiction nature books It gave me the confidence to writeMy next book, The Icky Bug Alphabet Book , has soldthan 1 million copies My third book, The Bird Alphabet Book was voted one of the best books of the year by Birders World Magazine I now have over twenty alphabet books My goal has always been to write interesting, fact filled, fun to read, beautifully illustrated color children s books Thank you to all my illustrators Ralph Masiello, Frank Mazzola, Jr., Rob Bolster, Edgar Stewart, Leslie