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How Many Ants?

Count ants by the tens! The scout ants sees something in its spyglass and gathers the other ants for a march to the trophy. Will they get there in time? Joan Cottle, the illustrator, drew more than 1,050 ants, 2,100 antennae, and 6,300 ant legs to produce the book. A sample from the text: Ten ants marching. Twenty ants marching. Twenty ants and ten. Marching. Marching. Marching up a hill Toward a tall, tall cake. PUBLICATION DATE: 1997; grades K-1. Publisher: (Scholastic/Children’s Press. Contact the publisher for a copy of the book.)
© Larry Dane Brimner, Trustee, Brimner/Gregg Trust, 2015; Home Page Author Photo Credit: Roxyanne Young
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How Many Ants?

Count ants by the tens! The scout ants sees something in its spyglass and gathers the other ants for a march to the trophy. Will they get there in time? Joan Cottle, the illustrator, drew more than 1,050 ants, 2,100 antennae, and 6,300 ant legs to produce the book. A sample from the text: Ten ants marching. Twenty ants marching. Twenty ants and ten. Marching. Marching. Marching up a hill Toward a tall, tall cake. PUBLICATION DATE: 1997; grades K-1. Publisher: (Scholastic/Children’s Press. Contact the publisher for a copy of the book.)