One Two Baa Moo: A pop-up book of counting review

One, Two, Baa, Moo,” by Jonathan Litton and illustrated by LIsa Verrall (RRP £6.99) from Little Tiger Press, is a very colourful and appealing pop up book to help young children with their counting skills.  Aimed at 3-5 year olds, this was ideal for H.  She is really enjoying exploring numbers at the moment so this book came at the right time for her.

One, Two, Baa, Moo: A pop-up book of counting
One, Two, Baa, Moo: A pop-up book of counting.

This book helps small children count from one to five, with pop-up animals on each double page. H’s favourite was the horse page as the horse as flying through the air and it made her giggle.

H's favourite page with the jumping horse
H’s favourite page with the jumping horse

The language in the story was very appealing to the children, with alliteration, repetition and rhyming on each page.  H liked that there was lots of animal sounds mentioned that she could join in with while reading the book.

S really liked the last page as it summarised the other pages by counting from one to five and showing all of the farm animals that we’d met in the story.

S liked the final page and that it was a pop-up book
S liked the final page and that it was a pop-up book

I think that with this counting book being a pop-up book, it was more appealing to my children. They really enjoyed reading this together.

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Disclosure:  We were sent a copy of, “One, Two, Baa, Moo,” for the purposes of this review.  All opinions are honest and my own.

 

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  • Kerry Louise

    Oooh this looks like a lovely little book! Pop up book are always appealing for children. I think I’ll have to take a look on Amazon and add it to my basket x

  • Ickle Pickle

    What a fab book, and a lovely review. We love pop up books 🙂 Kaz x

  • Jo Smith

    I do love a good pop-up book – it’s the first section we run to in the library! Hoping this is an addition soon it looks lovely xx

  • Fiona Naughton

    Aww this looks like such a sweet little book, I love the title. We can never get pop-up books as my boy tears them up, hopefully once he turns three he’ll be kinder to them! 🙂

  • Niamh Gallagher

    I love book recommendations for kids – always great to see what other mums and kids are enjoying! Pop-up books are always brilliant – I think I love them more than my daughter does 🙂 Thanks for this!

  • Rachel @ Parenthood Highs and

    We love books from Tiger Press . Their pop up books are the only ones that don’t seem to rip or tear!

  • Erica Price

    Such pretty illustrations in the book. I think pop up books really add to the interest and my son loved them when he was little.

  • Gemma McLoughlin

    i love coming across books that kids enjoy, reading is so important the illustrations are fab in the book great review x

  • emmaand3

    Can’t beat a good book that makes children smile.

  • Leah Wheatley

    Looks like a really good book but fun whilst learning as well. Perfect for my youngest, but as only two and a half would have to supervise so she does not rip it up. She is really into counting her fingers at the moment.

  • Muuka Gwaba

    Love the title of the book and I have always liked pop up books. I wish they made pop up books for adults too…

  • This book looks amazing! I am sure Boo would love that when she gets a bit older – adding that to my list! Thanks for sharing!

  • Blogging Mummy

    I think I am going to buy this, it looks so interesting for children and its such a great way to get them to learn without realising.

  • Aly

    I miss reading simple books with my kids.One to put on my list for friends with kids younger than mine.

  • Louise Smith

    Aww, this book looks and sounds fantastic. I think my Oscar would really love it as he’s always talking about animals 🙂

    Louise x

  • Looks like a fab book! We’re book mad here so may look at adding this one to our collection! X

  • Jade Lewendon

    I love the sound of this book, it sounds much more appealing than the board book my son had when he was younger which just had 1, 2, 3, 4, etc on each page! I also love books that rhyme! This book sounds like it helps children with more than just numbers, and what child doesn’t like animals!? x

  • Zena’s Suitcase

    This looks adorable, something I’d definitely get for my daughter

  • Katia Valadeau

    Great! I’m always looking for decent recommendation for my little nieces and nephews!