ONE, TWO, THREE, OOPS! by Michael Coleman

ONE, TWO, THREE, OOPS!

Age Range: 5 - 7

KIRKUS REVIEW

Father Rabbit wants to count his very large family in this silly but appealing picture book. Unfortunately, every time he starts to count, they move, hop off, or start a game and he loses track. “ ‘One, two, three, four—oops! Oh, noggin-sploggin, boodle-doodle!’ he grumbled.” He waits until the bunnies are asleep to count them, and feels accomplished, but only until Mother Rabbit shows him the room where a lot of rambunctious little ones remain to be included. Delicately colored illustrations show all the frolicking rabbits, dressed in flowered and striped overalls and hats, climbing trees, dancing, playing hide-and-seek, and snoozing. Young children will enjoy the nonsense rhymes the father mutters every time he gets mixed up in this funny, soothing book. (Picture book. 5-7)

Pub Date: March 1st, 1999
ISBN: 1-888444-45-2
Page count: 26pp
Review Posted Online:
Kirkus Reviews Issue: Jan. 1st, 1999




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