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Gray Rabbit finds clay and makes different kinds of animals, from one wiggly worm to ten scurrying mice. Color illustrations throughout.
About the Author
Alan Baker has illustrated The Odyssey and The Story of King Arthur, both published by Kingfisher. In addition, Alan created the popular and successful Little Rabbits series, which has sold over half-a-million copies in the U.S. Alan is a lecturer in illustration at the University of Brighton, England.
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Gray Rabbit's 1,2,3 (Turtleback School & Library Binding Edition) based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
The story is about one gray rabbit who is presented in front of some clay. He then uses his imagination to mold a variety of different animals and shapes. The story is also using a counting theme. For example, "two chattering, clattering toucans or five freckled, speckled frogs!" The illustration of the book shows great detail especially of the gray rabbit, his fur looks real enough to pet. This book would be perfect for younger students from preschool to kindergarten, the time that they are to be learning how to count up to ten.
Grey Rabbit finds some clay, and makes a menagerie of animals, from one to ten. The rabbit is engaging, and the critters are vibrant. After six snakes, they do start to overlap a bit, making counting a little more difficult for preschoolers.