One Moose, Twenty Mice by Clare Beaton: A Repetitive Refrain

One Moose, Twenty Mice

Look for the little orange cat on all the pages... what fun! Where most young children’s books only count to ten, “One Moose, Twenty Mice” counts all the way up to twenty. Clare Beaton does it again! The illustrations of bright felt appliques in this book are filled with color and texture, sure to captivate the eyes and mind of any child.

One Moose, Twenty Mice

Count the animals from one to twenty while searching for the cat in this lively hide-and-seek selection that introduces animals like frogs, whales, monkeys, ducks, hens and elephants.

Ages 1 to 4 years

Written By: Clare Beaton

About this title: This hide-and-seek book helps young readers to count a menagerie of brightly-colored felt animals, from one moose to 20 mice. Children will encounter ladybirds, monkeys, dolphins and tigers. There is also the added challenge of finding the mischievous ginger cat hiding on every page.

Purchase One Moose, Twenty Mice, along with a free activity page download:

What fun for my Grandson, enjoying the pile of Fall leaves. How many leaves are there? More than twenty, that's for sure! Fall into a good book by reading this delightful repetitive refrain encouraging readers to look for an orange cat! Number Sense: K-2

Happy Reading!
Barefoot Books - LadyD

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