One Sheep, Two Sheep: A Book of Collective Nouns (Hardcover)

A Book of Collective Nouns

By Patricia Byers, Tamsin Ainslie (Illustrator)

Little Hare Books, 9781921541452, 24pp.

Publication Date: May 1, 2011



Simple, sweet, and utterly charming, this is a book that will teach little ones about basic collectives This adorable counting book includes pictures of children dressed up as their favorite animals--such as geese, butterflies, kangaroos, and frogs--to help teach young ones counting terms. Laid out in accessible two-page spreads, each section includes animals in ones, twos, and then an entire group--for example, "One fish, two fish, and a school of fish." With simple and colorful pictures accompanying the educational text, this is a fun and useful tool for any child to learn basic collective terminology.

About the Author

Patricia Byers is a first-time author. Tamsin Ainsley has illustrated for ABC Books and Scholastic, among others. She is the illustrator of Count My Kisses, Little One.

Praise For One Sheep, Two Sheep: A Book of Collective Nouns

"this charming small-format book puts a friendly twist on collective nouns...children exude cheerfulness as they mimic the animals' movements, emphasizing the spirit of pretend play"Publishers Weekly