Ten in the Bed: A Counting Book
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Ten in the Bed: A Counting Book

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These classic teddy bears breathe fresh life into well-loved rhymes. Humorous, sophisticated photographs and candy-box colored backgrounds give this extra-generous, oversized board book a classic appeal for teddy bear lovers of all ages.
Board Book, 12 pages
Published February 1st 2002 by Chronicle Books (first published 2000)
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I hesitated to perform this entire book in our library pre-school story time, but to my surprise the children were eager to do the entire song. We rolled our hands while saying "roll over, roll over" and clapped our hands on the word "out!"
This was read / sung at story time today. When I searched for this book, I was surprised there were so many book versions of this little song. I like this one because it has teddy bears. :)
Deborah Joyner
I love the illustrations - the little boy all but throwing his toys out of the bed by the end of the book. The toys in the floor, trying to catch the newest one to fall out of the bed.
A nicely done version of the counting rhyme, with old-fashioned, cuddly teddy bears falling out of the bed and gentle pastel colours. A hit with my Little Cherub.
Amanda_DJ n' Zac
Dj read this Zac a whole lot while we had it out from the library. lol Adorable watching him.
No novel plot or lyrics but an incredibly cute book.
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David Ellwand began his career in photography at the age of eighteen and uses a variety of formats and techniques in his books: black-and-white photographs, collage with hand-tinting, and full-color photography of handmade objects. He is also a mouse trainer, sculptor, and highly skilled self-taught computer artist. He lives with his wife and daughter in a village in West Sussex, England.
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