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Board book
USD $10.99
CAD $14.99
Flowerpot Press
9 X 9 in
20 pg

2 - 6 (Interest age, years)

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"Counting with these delightful illustrations will be enjoyed by all." —School Library Journal

A two-in-one tale featuring a big book of fun and a little book of learning.

This light-hearted story will have little ones quacking up as they follow along on one cuddly duck's adventure in search of his friends.

How many animals can you count as you follow along? Flip the pages of the included little book to practice counting from 1 to 10!

About the Big Book Little Book series: Double the books—double the fun! The Big Book Little Book series offers stories that make reading even more fun with concept learning tools to engage readers in more ways! Each Big Book story is accompanied by an attached Little Book that delves deeper into related concepts. Whether its opposites, counting, colors, or more, there's so much to learn in each story! 

Joe Fitzpatrick Paul Nicholls
Author Bio

Joe Fitzpatrick loves stories! He loves to hear them, see them, live them, think them up in his head, tell them to others, and (occasionally) write them down. When he writes them down and other people see them, read them, share them, tell them to others, twist them around and make them their own, it makes him happy. So he hopes you enjoy his stories, and he hopes you share them with others, because stories are more fun when they're shared!

Paul Nicholls is a freelance artist. He graduated with a BA Honors Degree from North Wales School of Art and Design in 2000. Paul lives on the coast of Mid Wales, where he shares a studio with his partner and fellow illustrator, Melanie Mitchell. They have two children. In his spare time he enjoys mountain biking, golf, and chasing the kids around the beach.

Review text - School Library Journal

An adorable duck goes out for a waddle one day and greets the various animals he meets with a “Quack!” Counting from one elephant to nine bluebirds none of the other animals know what he is saying. When he meets up with ten ducks he has found his community and everyone has a quacking good time. VERDICT Counting with these delightful illustrations will be enjoyed by all. —School Library Journal