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Black on white —Hoban, Tana, author.
Book
2017
10 available of 12 items

Black illustrations against a white background depict such objects as an elephant, a butterfly, and a leaf.

Black & white —Hoban, Tana.
Book
2007
1 available of 4 items

White illustrations against a black background, alternating with black illustrations against a white background, depicting objects such as an elephant, butterfly, leaf, horse, baby bottle, and sailboat.

Black on white —Hoban, Tana, author.
Book
1993
10 available of 10 items

Black illustrations against a white background depict such objects as an elephant, a butterfly, and a leaf.

Shapes, shapes, shapes —Hoban, Tana.
Book
1986
10 available of 10 items

Photographs of familiar objects such as chair, barrettes, and manhole cover present a study of rounded and angular shapes.

Construction zone —Hoban, Tana.
Book
1997
8 available of 9 items

Photographs illustrate the kinds of equipment and earthmovers found at construction sites.

Over, under & through and other spatial concepts. —Hoban, Tana.
Book
1973
4 available of 5 items

Photographs demonstrate the spatial concepts expressed in twelve words such as around, across, between, against, and behind.

Red, blue, yellow shoe —Hoban, Tana.
Book
1986
2 available of 3 items

Photographs of common objects with the color of each object printed below introduce the reader to colors.

Shadows and reflections —Hoban, Tana.
Book
1990
7 available of 8 items

Photographs without text feature shadows and reflections of various objects, animals, and people.

Is it red? Is it yellow? Is it blue? : an adventure in color —Hoban, Tana.
Book
1987
2 available of 2 items

Illustrations and brief text introduce colors and the concepts of shape, quantity, and direction.

Colors everywhere —Hoban, Tana
Book
1995
2 available of 3 items

Look at the riot of colors that surround us and see them in new ways.

26 letters and 99 cents —Hoban, Tana.
Book
1987
8 available of 9 items

Color photographs of letters, numbers, coins, and common objects introduce the alphabet, coinage, and the counting system.

I wonder —Hoban, Tana.
Book
1999
0 available of 1 items

While walking through the park, a child sees a wondrous variety of animals.

So many circles, so many squares —Hoban, Tana.
Book
1998
12 available of 12 items

The geometric concepts of circles and squares are shown in photographs of wheels, signs, pots, and other familiar objects.

Let's count —Hoban, Tana.
Book
1999
6 available of 6 items

Photographs and dots introduce the numbers one to one hundred.

Look book —Hoban, Tana.
Book
1997
7 available of 8 items

Full-color nature photographs are first viewed through a cut-out hole and then in their entirety.

Is it rough? Is it smooth? Is it shiny? —Hoban, Tana.
Book
1984
7 available of 7 items

Color photographs without text introduce objects of many different textures, such as pretzels, foil, hay, mud, kitten, and bubbles.

Cubes, cones, cylinders, & spheres —Hoban, Tana.
Book
2000
6 available of 6 items

Photographs of all kinds of familiar objects depict a variety of shapes, including cubes, cones, and spheres.

Exactly the opposite —Hoban, Tana.
Book
1990
7 available of 8 items

Photographs of familiar outdoor scenes illustrate pairs of opposites.

A children's zoo —Hoban, Tana.
Book
1985
5 available of 5 items

Color photographs of animals are accompanied by several descriptive words, e.g. tall, spotted, silent giraffe.

Count and see —Hoban, Tana.
Book
1972
10 available of 10 items

Photographs of common objects and events illustrate the numbers one through one hundred.

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