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One day, while great big lions lie basking in the sun, a little lion cub goes off to find some fun.
Roars the little lion cub.
"Who will play with me?
1 red monkey rushes up a tree.
Poor little lion cub! All he wants is someone to play with, but he is simply too noisy. As the little lion cub Roars his way across the grassland, young picture-book readers can count the African animals,identify them by color...and Roars along too.
This rollicking, Roaring poem, about a rambunctious little lion cub, is a collaboration of the talented author and illustrator team Pamela Duncan Edwards and Henry Cole.
Children's Pick of the Lists 2000 (ABA)
|Edition description:||1 ED|
|Product dimensions:||10.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.25(d)|
|Age Range:||4 - 8 Years|
About the Author
Pamela Duncan Edwards is the author of numerous popular picture books, including Livingstone Mouse; Roar! A Noisy Counting Book; Some Smug Slug; The Worrywarts; Clara Caterpillar; Wake-Up Kisses; Rosie's Roses; The Leprechaun's Gold; and Gigi and Lulu's Gigantic Fight, all illustrated by Henry Cole; as well as Dear Tooth Fairy, illustrated by Marie-Louise Fitzpatrick; McGillycuddy Could!, illustrated by Sue Porter; and The Neat Line, illustrated by Diana Cain Bluthenthal. She lives in Virginia.
Henry Cole is the illustrator of many beloved books for children, including his own Jack’s Garden, On Meadowview Street, and A Nest for Celeste. Brambleheart was inspired by the heap of discarded treasures in the woods behind his childhood farm. You can visit Henry online at www.henrycole.net.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Children will have a grand time counting the African animals on the safari. It is exciting as the little lion cub tries to make friends but scares them away with his loud roar. This is a good combination of a story and a teaching of math. Great for children between the ages 3-7 to learn simple addition and counting. Great for a read aloud and with assistance or by themselves the children can count the animals.