All Nine Dormice in the House
Size 240 x 160 mm | 12 pages | board book
A board book bound in a red linen that nicely matches the fine details in the illustrations. In contrast to the well-known poem Ten Little Indians, in which the number is ever decreasing, in this book, the number of dormice constantly increases.
First, a shy, little dormouse pulls a second one out of a mirror, then a third appears, and so on. With each dormouse that appears children can practice not only counting, but also enjoy a smart story of nine little friends.