How many friends could a Bibbolybob make if a Bibbolybob came to Earth?

Honestly Books Presents:

children's counting book

vegan counting book for children

vegan counting book for children

vegan counting book for children

vegan counting book for children

vegan counting book for children

vegan counting book for children

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You might be interested to know that at one point during that afternoon, Herb noticed Wibbolywub had put down his notebook on the grass.  As a gentle breeze turned some of the pages he was able to steal a look inside – and who could blame him?  We’d all be curious about what someone was writing about us wouldn’t we?

Anyway, Herb didn’t actually understand most of what he glimpsed but he was pleased with himself for recognising the numbers.  Some of them were big ones.

The following is what he saw:

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How Many Could A Bibbolybob Make If A Bibbolybob Came To Earth by Edward Benn and Juliet Mahoney is available from Amazon in Europe, the US and Canada

The author, Edward Benn, gives thanks to Dr Milton Mills who wrote “The comparative anatomy of eating” which inspired this book.

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14 thoughts on “How many friends could a Bibbolybob make if a Bibbolybob came to Earth?

  1. |Sorry couldn’t wait for the weekly instalment so I read the whole book. Lovely stories of love and friendship, its so colourful the drawings are amazing.
    I will read it to the children for story time tomorrow and let you know what they think.

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  2. This is a really wonderful story, we all enjoyed it a lot. It has such beautiful illustrations and such a beautiful message of love and friendship 🙂 We especially liked when they all played games together, and we were a bit sad when he leaves, it is such a beautiful story.

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  3. This is a really great story, I loved it! I love all the wonderful illustrations and the cute animal characters. It reminds me of Winnie the Pooh, with aliens. The paintings are really beautiful, I really enjoyed reading this story, and I will read it to my children. I like the message that aliens would look at us and analyse us different from the way we think they would, and that humans are herbivores, from a scientific perspective.
    I like it a lot, and I like all the counting games they play together. It has a nice message of peacefulness across all species. A beautiful story.

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