The book opens up with the caption "Ten Little Ladybugs sitting on a vine, along came a butterfly, and then there were...". The next page starts with "Nine little ladybugs...." and it continues the same pattern to the end. With each turn of the page, another insect or animal comes along and each time, one of the ladybugs is removed. As the pages are turned, the number of ladybugs continues to fall until the books final pages when all ten of the ladybugs reappear, this time in the form of a drawing.
Ten Little Ladybugs is a highly enjoyable book for youngsters and it ranks among my little girl's favorites. This book, with its small, three- dimensional ladybug figures, is sure to be a hit with young children everywhere, especially those who like small, cute insects and other creatures.
Next on the list of reasons to like Ten Little Ladybugs is the rhyme and rhythm of the words. Kids like rhymes, and this book offers a rhyme on every page. The book remains consistent with its rhymes all the way to the end of the book and some older toddlers will quickly catch on and start to say some of the words along with the older sibling or adult who is reading the words to them. The rhymes are focused on the numbers, so this also helps kids remember/learn the numbers one through ten.
Ten Little Ladybugs is a twenty- page book that features these small, cute insects known as ladybugs. The ladybugs are not just images drawn on the pages- these ladybugs are three- dimensional and they rise above the surface of each page. Each ladybug is either orange, yellow, or red with different numbers of black spots on their backs.
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