What can bring more joy, more satisfaction, and more wonder to the heart, than looking at a new baby with it’s cute little fingers and toes? Mem Fox and Helen Oxenbury bring a look at babies and how special each one is with Ten Little Fingers and Ten Little Toes.
Picture books are wonderful and offer great visuals as well as a written story. Ten Little Fingers and Ten Little Toes may be one of the best picture books to show how babies are alike, no matter who they are, where they are born, the conditions they are born in, or when they are born. They all have similar features, similar cuteness, and draw adults and children to count their fingers and toes, with wonder and awe at how small and precious they are. With a rhythm and rhyme that carries the reader through the story, and pictures that will offer a glimpse of those precious baby features that we love to see and touch, the Ten Little Fingers and Ten Little Toes, this is one book that will become a keepsake, as well as a favorite to share with loved ones.
Whether you have small children, are becoming a grandparent for the first time, or just love to look at babies, this is one of the best books to give you the opportunity to marvel at the sweetness that comes with each baby. Sharing it with small children is wonderful, and will become one of the things that make you appreciate it even more.