One, two, three-- count-along with this bright, bold rendition of a classic song, from read-along master Jane Cabrera!
Animal moms and their babies learn and play together on a beautiful day over in the meadow. But each family is a different size. Can you number them all?
Perfect for going over numbers and counting with very young readers, this colorful reinvention of Over in the Meadow includes several spreads to sum up all the count-able animals in easy-to-read groupings. Jane Cabrera's uniquely textured art and whimsical lyrics will have readers singing and counting along in story hours, or one-on-one settings. A fun way to bring learning home!
Cabrera's picture books have received worldwide attention and two Oppenheim Toy Portfolio awards. Her colorful twists on traditional nursery rhymes are perfect for both teachers and parents hoping to engage toddlers in the act of reading.
About the Author
Jane Cabrera is the author and illustrator of many beloved books for young children, including Baa, Baa, Black Sheep; There Was an Old Woman Who Lived in a Shoe; and Row, Row, Row Your Boat. She is best known for her exuberant versions of classic nursery rhymes and her bright, kid-friendly paint and collage illustrations. Publishers Weekly has said "her style exudes the joy of creation." She lives beside Dartmoor National Park in South Devon, England.
"Destined for animal storytimes everywhere, this title deserves a prominent place in the menagerie of preschool counting books."—The Bulletin
"Learning to count—and even a bit about nature—is as easy as one, two, three in this merry meadow."—Publishers Weekly
"A fun, friendly variation on an old counting rhyme. . . . Great fun for storytimes."—School Library Journal
"Each cheerful two-page scene is slathered in primary- and secondary-colored paint and reminiscent of children's artwork."—The Horn Book