One Cheetah, One Cherry

Publisher: Otter Barry

Cheetah and tigers and pandas and polar bears feature in this wonderful book about helping children count to ten. Whether it's otters juggling or foxes eating strawberries, each page is filled with exotic adventure.

If you like your books beautiful and your adding up to be aesthetically pleasing, then this is the publication for you. The sumptuous illustrations will make teaching little ones their sums a treat for parents and carers. Meanwhile, the bouncy rhyme and absorbing wording will keep kids interested in the additions.

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