1, 2, 3 ¿cuántos ves?

De Ana María Pavez, Constance Recart
Illustrated by Carmen Cardemil

How many chick spiders? How many whales? How many mountain monkeys? ... questions with which the children will learn to count from one to ten. But it is also an invitation to the little ones to get to know the fauna that surrounds them. The animals featured in this book are very valuable to our environment and biodiversity, and some of them are threatened or endangered. So, although this book only counts animals from 1 to 10, the hope is that by knowing the fauna from an early age and valuing it, in the future we can count many more animals. Each page places the animals in their environment, thanks to the attractive illustrations by Carmen Cardemil, made in collage technique, and with great skill to achieve in a very simple and synthetic way a very adequate representation of each animal and its environment.

Cardboard book with rounded ends, so that it can be handled by children safely.

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Recommended for 0 to 2 years
Binding: Boardbook
Size: 18 12 cm x
Pages: 32
Vintage: 2013
ISBN: 978-956-8209-77-3


Ana María Pavez is one of the founders of Editorial Amanuta and co-author of several books: Flavors of America, Darwin, a trip to the end of the world, among others. She is currently the publisher's General Editor.

Constance Recart studied Medicine at the University of Concepción. Then he specialized in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at the University of Chile. She is one of the founders of Amanuta and co-author of several books: Flavors of America and 1, 2, 3, How many do you see ?, among others. Currently, she is General Editor of the publishing house.

Carmen Cardemil, Chilean illustrator and painter. He has collaborated with the main publishing houses in Chile and Mexico, with which he has produced nearly one hundred illustrated publications for children and adults. Among his illustrated books with Amanuta are The Sleeping Beauty of the Forest, Animals Chilean tales, Children of America, among others.