Mark Inkpen's gently humorous books are sure to be favorites with any young child just learning about the world--and the sturdy card-stock pages are perfect for eager little hands to turn. Kipper, a clever young pup, is up to mischief in this concept book for toddlers. Discover numbers and count how many friends make ten.
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This simple yet thoroughly delightful counting book, first published in Great Britain, is guaranteed to tickle your fancy. Kipper, an endearing beagle-like dog, introduces youngsters to two hedgehogs, three hamsters, four hens.… you get the idea. The placement of the animals on the double-page spreads makes it fun--but not too challenging--to count them. Mick Inkpen's playful, whimsical drawings make Kipper's Book of Numbers stand out from the acres of early counting books. (Picture book)About the Author:
MICK INKPEN's books starring Kipper have sold millions of copies worldwide and have been translated into more than twenty languages. His more recent titles include Kipper's A to Z, a Publishers Weekly Best Book of the Year and an ABA's Pick of the Lists, and Kipper and Roly. Mr. Inkpen lives in Suffolk, England.
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Book Description HMH Books, 1999. Board book. Book Condition: New. Brdbk. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0152022864
Book Description Red Wagon Books, 1999. Board book. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110152022864