What will be the prize for the animal that counts all the leopard spots? In a surprising turn of events, the winning animal, the rabbit, uses logic instead of numbers to tell the leopard about the spots on his coat. The spots come in two shades—light and dark. The prize the rabbit receives is a drawing of the leopard. As the story progresses, one remains hopeful that one animal will eventually be able to count that high. The elephant, with its forgetful memory, keeps counting up to ten and starting over. The illustrations are straightforward and the text can provide the opportunity for readers to question and guess what will be the solution or outcome of the story. This selection is from the "Read-it Readers En Espanol" yellow level, which presents ideas and varied sentence structure. Librarians and educators can purchase the Accelerated Reader test to this selection in the series.