Caitlín agus Cormac
A series of four nonfiction picturebooks for 4-7 year-olds aimed at strengthening concepts of numbers, shapes, times of the day, and reading. These beautiful hardboard books are easily handled by infants at home or in school.
Cormac is two years old today. There's a big barty for him at home. Together, we are counting the presents and learning about numbers. This book reinforces concepts of numbers and counting. At a birthday party we read the numbers and count the objects.
Caitlín and Cormac are going on a picnic. They have a square-shaped table, a round ball, and a triangular tent. What other shapes do you recognise? This book reinforces concepts of shapes. On a picnic trip we see and we name shapes (a square table, a triangular tent etc.). This beautiful hardboard book is easily handled by infants at home or in school.
We are learning about the day. Caitlín and Cormac get up in the morning. They have a long day ahead of them, and lots to do! This book reinforces concepts of time and of daily routines, from breakfast in the morning to brushing teeth in the evening.
A board book in the series 'Ag léamh le Caitlín agus Cormac' illutrated by Silvia Ortega: We are learning about books and reading. Caitlín and Cormac have spent the day traveling. And when it gets dark, they go traveling with their books. This book reinforces concepts of reading and of the imaginary play. During the day Caitlín and Cormac travel through play, and at night they continue to travel through reading.