The book is filled with individual and groups of African animals that will make counting and math fun for elementary aged children.
Los Angeles (PRWEB) February 28, 2014
Using animals in education can help children to stay focused and retain knowledge.
This approach led Florence Kubota to compile her personal photographs of animals into a fun and interactive children’s book. “Count on African Animals” contains photos of African animals that she took during a safari.
“The book is filled with individual and groups of African animals that I hope will make counting and math fun and interactive for young children,” Kubota said.
“Count on African Animals” comes equipped with an audio disk that plays authentic sounds of the animals pictured in the book. In addition to improving the English and math skills of young children, Kubota hopes to introduce them to the African culture.
“Count on African Animals: A Read and Count Book”
By Florence Kubota
Available at: Amazon, LuLu and Barnes and Noble online bookstores
About the Author:
Florence Hirizawa Kubota is a retired kindergarten teacher who resides in Los Angeles, CA. She is a graduate of Southern Illinois University and Pepperdine University. “Count on African Animals” is her first published book.