One Moose, Twenty Mice

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Barefoot Books, 1999 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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While counting from one to twenty animals. young readers are asked to find the find the orange cat hiding in the felt applique illustrations.

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User Review  - Dustie - Goodreads

pb8: Very good counting book!! It does a good job at keeping the children's attention by giving them glimpse's of a cat that just keeps running away. The child must keep counting to try and find this ... Read full review

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User Review  - Junio - Goodreads

This counting book doesn't just go to eleven. It goes all the way up to twenty. The pictures are made of felt embroidered with beads, sequins, buttons, and decorative thread, and the text follows the ... Read full review


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About the author (1999)

Clare Beaton worked at the BBC for eight years as an illustrator for children's television programs. Beaton has published nearly fifty books , including One Moose, Twenty Mice in 1998 and Mother Goose Remembers in 2000, both of which have attracted considerable praise.

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