Ten little guinea pigs have fun at a party, in a beautiful board book with enormous child-appeal that also makes counting fun.
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Holly was brought up in beautiful Dumfries & Galloway, where living on a farm nurtured a fascination and love of animals, which continues to feed her work as an artist and illustrator today. Since graduating from Edinburgh School of Art in 2003, Holly has been published by Walker Books and HarperCollins Children's Books, and now she joins Nosy Crow. Holly lives and works in Edinburgh with her husband, young daughter and her Dalmatian - a great source of inspiration!From Booklist:
“And Then There Were None” is the framework here, as 10 little guinea pigs meet a series of (nonfatal) mishaps at a birthday party, reducing their numbers all the way down to 1. The little animals are of different colors and varying hairiness and dress (one wears a tutu, another sports a cape, another brandishes a set of maracas, and so on), but they’re all endearingly tubby and duly party-hatted. The first spread sets the pattern: “Ten little guinea pigs, dancing in a line. / Bump! go the guinea pigs, and then there are . . .” The different phases of the party—pinning the tail on the donkey, eating cake, playing games, popping balloons—result in more and more party accidents. At book’s end, the remaining partyer makes a wish, and all the guinea pigs return, leading us back to the number 10. A lively and especially cute counting book. Preschool-Kindergarten. --Connie Fletcher
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