Count with Little Fish

Publisher: Walker Books

Review

Lucy Cousins brings her bold and bright illustrations to a set of books for babies that are all about fish. This sturdy board book counts from one to ten, with brightly coloured fish on each page.

There’s basic rhyming text to read aloud: from ‘One little fish, swimming in the sea’ to ‘Two twin fin-fin fish, as pretty as can be.’ The last spread shows all of the fish swimming, with a chance to spot the types that have appeared in the book.

Lucy Cousins is the creator of the Maisy mouse books. With beautiful colours and a style that will inspire everyone to pick up a paintbrush, Lucy Cousin’s artwork is always a joy.

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