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Ones and Twos ➺ [Reading] ➼ Ones and Twos By Marthe Jocelyn ➯ – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Marthe Jocelyn’s ability to present important to learn concepts to the very young has garnered accolades from around the world Ones and Twos is her first book collaboration with her nineteen year ol Marthe Jocelyn’s ability to present important to learn concepts to the very young has garnered accolades from around the world Ones and Twos is her first book collaboration with her nineteen year old art student daughter Nell and together they explore numeracy sorting and pairing Each brightly illustrated page invites Ones and PDF or children to identify familiar objects ranging from kites to socks from one nest to the two birds sitting in it Ones and Twos gives little toddlers and their caregivers much to discuss and to enjoy together and it introduces an exciting new creative team.

  • Hardcover
  • 24 pages
  • Ones and Twos
  • Marthe Jocelyn
  • English
  • 21 August 2014
  • 9781770492202

About the Author: Marthe Jocelyn

Canadian born books published for young readers.



10 thoughts on “Ones and Twos

  1. Maria Maria says:

    The book is about friendship and diversity It's NOT about lesbians or bisexuals but it IS unintentionally I love very much both parts in this bookThe end an image of a room and two girls are sleeping closely in one big bed each holds a toy Two girls one bed And one happy lesbian who read this book

  2. Beverly Beverly says:

    I really liked the collage artwork

  3. Katie Fitzgerald Katie Fitzgerald says:

    Two girls follow a bird through the park on a day counted off by ones and twosBright colors and interesting textures make the paper cut out illustrations very visually appealing Little eyes will want to linger over each spread poring over details The different patterns are mesmerizing and the tiny pictures lined up beneath the text are reminiscent of I Spy and could easily lend themselves to an impromptu game The pictures don't necessarily do much to illustrate the concept of one or two which makes this ineffective as a counting book but they are the book's best feature overallThe text is very basic and thought it rhymes it still feels stilted as thought it never uite comes out with what it means to say There does seem to be an overarching plot to the story but not every line contributes to this arc so some pages are a bit out of place and confusing Babies will like to look at the pictures especially if the book is being shared one on one in a lap but the text is really appropriate for toddlers or even preschoolers It might pair well with One Two One Two a rhyme about body parts that come in pairs but it wouldn't be my first choice to share in story timeBeware giving this to parents looking for counting books this probably won't satisfy what most people are looking for in terms of a book that explicitly teaches numbers It does portray a friendship between two girls from different racial backgrounds making it a possible suggestion for teachers looking for simple stories featuring diversity Otherwise it's hard to imagine who exactly would be the ideal audience for this book

  4. Canadian Children& Canadian Children& says:

    Thus begins Ones and Twos a most creative book that explores the relationship between singles and doubles in a delightful and engaging manner The story centres around a day in the lives of two young girls and a nesting robin as they share a special time in a neighbourhood park Each page extends an invitation for readers to sort and pair objects not only those arranged within the main illustrations but also items placed inside the thematic borders running along the bottom of each page Subjects explored include food clothing sports euipment plants insects and Marthe Jocelyn and her daughter Nell Jocelyn have collaborated to create a spirited and stimulating book for young children Their brief rhyming text leads readers to examine the bright busy illustrations made up of collages consisting of newspaper string paper fabric and other materials Who knew that sorting could be so much fun? Children will return to this book not once not twice but on many occasions to fully appreciate its offerings One book two eyes and infinite enjoymentReviewed by Senta Ross in Canadian Children's Book News Summer 2011 Vol 34 No 3

  5. Tracey Tracey says:

    diverse picture book counting; friendship toddlers and preschoolers 18 mos and up book prominently features diverse characters Yes one of the two main characters is an African American girl; the other Caucasian girl can be interpreted as her best friend or possibly an adopted sister they sleep in the same bed at the end likely they are just having a sleepover but I would let the kids decide book would work for toddler storytime or preschool storytime Some of the countable images are small and there is a lot detail present for one on one sharing but the text is brief and rhymic and this could work for a toddler or preschool storytime Book works with Counting theme Yes the repetition of 1s and 2s occurs throughout the entire book but there is also a friendship storyline told through that repetition Note that it only mentions ones and twos but if you are sharing this with a small group you could take the opportunities to count other numerous objects if the children are already fairly well versed in their numbers

  6. Gianna Parisi Gianna Parisi says:

    Ones and twos by Marthe Jocelyn is an overall good book I give this book a three rating because I believe that the illustrations were way too loud There is too much going on within the pages for young readers to really pay attention On the contrary as a read aloud for kindergartner or first graders I could ask them how many of something they see on the page The story is about two girls walking around during the day counting ones and twos of everything I love the interracial friendship that teaches students they have something in common with everyone

  7. Robin Robin says:

    A simple rhyming text follows one bird two eggs and One girl two legs through a day of play in the park Children will be able to spy many other one and two combinations in addition to those mentioned in the text Though the concept is simple the collage illustrations are pretty detailed so these can be explored in detail through one on one sharing

  8. Vanessa Grubbs Vanessa Grubbs says:

    I think that this book has really wonderful illustrations It reinforces the concept of the numbers 1 and 2 through both text and graphic illustration This book would best serve children in the pre K age range I also like that children of different races we represented Also there is a lot of good repetition for young readers

  9. Erin Erin says:

    This book is an adorable picture of two little girls that points out sets of One and Sets of Two in everyday life This book is simple in text and vibrant when it comes to the illustrations The illustrations are big colorful and eye catching making this a perfect book for babies and toddlers who are starting to learn to count

  10. Megan Megan says:

    A uniue counting book in that two is the highest number but for toddlers and babies that's just about perfect As they get better at recognizing ones and two they can point out single items and coupled items in the illustrations but not mentioned in the text

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10 thoughts on “Ones and Twos

  1. Maria Maria says:

    The book is about friendship and diversity It's NOT about lesbians or bisexuals but it IS unintentionally I love very much both parts in this bookThe end an image of a room and two girls are sleeping closely in one big bed each holds a toy Two girls one bed And one happy lesbian who read this book

  2. Beverly Beverly says:

    I really liked the collage artwork

  3. Katie Fitzgerald Katie Fitzgerald says:

    Two girls follow a bird through the park on a day counted off by ones and twosBright colors and interesting textures make the paper cut out illustrations very visually appealing Little eyes will want to linger over each spread poring over details The different patterns are mesmerizing and the tiny pictures lined up beneath the text are reminiscent of I Spy and could easily lend themselves to an impromptu game The pictures don't necessarily do much to illustrate the concept of one or two which makes this ineffective as a counting book but they are the book's best feature overallThe text is very basic and thought it rhymes it still feels stilted as thought it never uite comes out with what it means to say There does seem to be an overarching plot to the story but not every line contributes to this arc so some pages are a bit out of place and confusing Babies will like to look at the pictures especially if the book is being shared one on one in a lap but the text is really appropriate for toddlers or even preschoolers It might pair well with One Two One Two a rhyme about body parts that come in pairs but it wouldn't be my first choice to share in story timeBeware giving this to parents looking for counting books this probably won't satisfy what most people are looking for in terms of a book that explicitly teaches numbers It does portray a friendship between two girls from different racial backgrounds making it a possible suggestion for teachers looking for simple stories featuring diversity Otherwise it's hard to imagine who exactly would be the ideal audience for this book

  4. Canadian Children& Canadian Children& says:

    Thus begins Ones and Twos a most creative book that explores the relationship between singles and doubles in a delightful and engaging manner The story centres around a day in the lives of two young girls and a nesting robin as they share a special time in a neighbourhood park Each page extends an invitation for readers to sort and pair objects not only those arranged within the main illustrations but also items placed inside the thematic borders running along the bottom of each page Subjects explored include food clothing sports euipment plants insects and Marthe Jocelyn and her daughter Nell Jocelyn have collaborated to create a spirited and stimulating book for young children Their brief rhyming text leads readers to examine the bright busy illustrations made up of collages consisting of newspaper string paper fabric and other materials Who knew that sorting could be so much fun? Children will return to this book not once not twice but on many occasions to fully appreciate its offerings One book two eyes and infinite enjoymentReviewed by Senta Ross in Canadian Children's Book News Summer 2011 Vol 34 No 3

  5. Tracey Tracey says:

    diverse picture book counting; friendship toddlers and preschoolers 18 mos and up book prominently features diverse characters Yes one of the two main characters is an African American girl; the other Caucasian girl can be interpreted as her best friend or possibly an adopted sister they sleep in the same bed at the end likely they are just having a sleepover but I would let the kids decide book would work for toddler storytime or preschool storytime Some of the countable images are small and there is a lot detail present for one on one sharing but the text is brief and rhymic and this could work for a toddler or preschool storytime Book works with Counting theme Yes the repetition of 1s and 2s occurs throughout the entire book but there is also a friendship storyline told through that repetition Note that it only mentions ones and twos but if you are sharing this with a small group you could take the opportunities to count other numerous objects if the children are already fairly well versed in their numbers

  6. Gianna Parisi Gianna Parisi says:

    Ones and twos by Marthe Jocelyn is an overall good book I give this book a three rating because I believe that the illustrations were way too loud There is too much going on within the pages for young readers to really pay attention On the contrary as a read aloud for kindergartner or first graders I could ask them how many of something they see on the page The story is about two girls walking around during the day counting ones and twos of everything I love the interracial friendship that teaches students they have something in common with everyone

  7. Robin Robin says:

    A simple rhyming text follows one bird two eggs and One girl two legs through a day of play in the park Children will be able to spy many other one and two combinations in addition to those mentioned in the text Though the concept is simple the collage illustrations are pretty detailed so these can be explored in detail through one on one sharing

  8. Vanessa Grubbs Vanessa Grubbs says:

    I think that this book has really wonderful illustrations It reinforces the concept of the numbers 1 and 2 through both text and graphic illustration This book would best serve children in the pre K age range I also like that children of different races we represented Also there is a lot of good repetition for young readers

  9. Erin Erin says:

    This book is an adorable picture of two little girls that points out sets of One and Sets of Two in everyday life This book is simple in text and vibrant when it comes to the illustrations The illustrations are big colorful and eye catching making this a perfect book for babies and toddlers who are starting to learn to count

  10. Megan Megan says:

    A uniue counting book in that two is the highest number but for toddlers and babies that's just about perfect As they get better at recognizing ones and two they can point out single items and coupled items in the illustrations but not mentioned in the text

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