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    • ISBN:9781444933840
    • Publication date:08 Mar 2018
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    • Publication date:02 Nov 2017

Everybunny Count!

By Ellie Sandall

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Everybunny loves a game of hide-and-seek! The perfect book for little rabbits to practise counting!

A delightfully exuberant counting story with bunnies galore!

Did you know that bunnies love to play hide-and-seek? Count from one to ten with these cheerful bunnies and one not-so-scary fox!

Fox and bunnies like to play,
all together, every day.
Playing hide-and-seek today...
everybunny count!

Praise for Follow Me: 'Lyrically written, Follow Me has a mesmeric quality that leaves you wanting to enjoy multiple consecutive readings. A real gem.' - Huffington Post

Follow Ellie on Twitter at @elliesandall

Biographical Notes

Ellie loved creating pictures from a very young age and has a passion for children's books (she keeps all her books in a huge wardrobe in her bedroom!). After completing a foundation course in Art and Design, and a degree in Graphic Design at Bath Spa University, she went on to achieve a Master's in Children's Illustration at Cambridge School of Art. Everybunny Dance is her fifth picture book.

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  • ISBN: 9781444933833
  • Publication date: 02 Nov 2017
  • Page count: 32
  • Imprint: Hodder Children's Books
If you're looking for Easter themed tales Everybunny Count! is the perfect choice Ellie Sandall's rhyming hide and seek book makes counting fun for under-fives. — Daily Express
With charming illustrations and rhyming text. The counting story is ideal for families. — Mummy in the City
What's refreshing about this picture book is not just that it celebrates difference, but that it acknowledges the emotional challenges and setbacks involved in standing out from the crowd. — Cork Evening Echo