# One, Three, Five, HELP – Early maths story

One, Three, Five, HELP is a maths story that includes adding exercises and a lesson about odd and even numbers.

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Author: Kuzhali Manickavel
Illustrator: Sonal Gupta Vaswani

### Text and Images from One, Three, Five, HELP

The coconut beetle loves to count. He is counting petals now.
One, two, three, four – THUMP!

The ladybug pushes and huffs and puffs. But she can’t flip the coconut beetle over.

Three cicadas come to help. The coconut beetle counts his friends. “One, two, three, four. Four is an even number!”
Four insects push and huff and puff. But they can’t flip the coconut beetle over.
1+3=4

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One, Three, Five, HELP – Early maths story - One, Three, Five, HELP is a maths story that includes adding exercises and a lesson about odd and even numbers. See more books like this in our Maths category. See more books from the creators in our Pratham-Storyweaver category. Author: Kuzhali Manickavel Illustrator: Sonal Gupta Vaswani     Text and Images from One, Three, Five, HELP ...

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