Counting to 10 in 10 languages is made easy with this global snapshot of Los Angeles, California.
Featuring the numbers in the 10 most common languages spoken in LA—including English, Spanish, Chinese, French, Russian, Korean, Tagalog, Italian, Vietnamese, and Japanese—One to Ten L.A. captures the most iconic images of one of the most diverse cities in the world.
About the Author
Puck is the author of dozens of children’s books, including New York Baby and My Foodie ABC. He is also the creative chief behind duopress labs, the company responsible for books such as My Fridge, The Belly Sticker Book, 100 Pablo Picassos, and many more.
Paige Garrison has illustrated several books, including Roanoke Baby and One to Ten LA, as well as assisted with Beach Doodles and 100 Pablo Picassos. Before transitioning to children's books, Paige worked for Bento Box Entertainment on the animated TV shows Bob's Burgers and The Awesomes. She currently lives in Los Angeles, California, with her loving husband and their silly pup.
"Puck switches coasts in this companion to 2013’s One to Ten NYC, which introduces aspects of life in Los Angeles while counting to 10. As in the previous book, a vertical column at the right edge of each spread lists each number in 10 languages, including French, Korean, Tagalog, and Vietnamese. 'There is only one Hollywood sign,' the author begins, before highlighting the two landings at Santa Monica Pier and three domes atop the Griffith Observatory; later entries note five-pointed stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and seven fossils at the La Brea Tar Pits. Garrison’s polished cartoons and the book’s multilingual element make for an appealing overall package." Publishers Weekly