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Thanks to those who could spread a little information on the topic of "Ordinal 
Numbers."  The following two books were suggested:

1.  Where's Harley?
by Carol and Amanda Felton ; 
illustrated by Page Eastburn O'Rourke.
Two children search their apartment building from the first floor to the tenth, but 
their pet rabbit stays one hop ahead of them.
Publisher: Kane Press, 2003.
ISBN-13: 978-1-57565-132-3

2. Henry the fourth 
Author:  Murphy, Stuart J.
A simple story about four dogs at a dog show introduces the ordinal
numbers: first, second, third, and fourth.

Also, this link was forwarded to me.  It has several examples of books that can be 
used to teach primary math(not just ordinal numbers). 
 found using 

Thanks everyone for sharing
Susan Strawn

Susan Strawn 
Library Para
Wilderness Elementary

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