Lulu Loves Numbers by Camilla Reid

Lulu Loves Numbers

Written by Camilla Reid
Illustrated by Ailie Busby
Part of the Lulu Series

Baby and Toddler   3+ readers   
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The Lovereading4Kids comment

The farmyard is the perfect place for Lulu to practice her counting. She starts with just one sheep dog but under the flaps she finds all kinds and numbers of other animals right up to ten adorable chicks hiding in the hen house.


Lulu Loves Numbers by Camilla Reid

Join Lulu as she learns how to count - and has lots of fun along the way! A trip to the farm with her mummy is the perfect time for Lulu to practise her numbers, and little ones will love learning with Lulu in this brilliantly interactive book. With a flap to lift on every spread, these perfectly-sized board books with rounded corners are just-right for little hands.

Collect all four in the Lulu Loves series

Lulu Loves Numbers

Lulu Loves Shapes

Lulu Loves Colours

Lulu Loves Noises

And we have a super Lulu Activity pack, with shapes to match, colouring in and counting games - download it here!

About the Author

Camilla Reid

Formerly the Editorial Director of Campbell Books, Camilla Reid has had many years experience of conceiving and writing novelty books. She is now the Editorial Director of Nosy Crow, an independent children’s book publisher and is also the author of The Littlest Dinosaur and the Naughty Rock. As a mum of two small girls herself, she has gained a whole new insight into the peculiar, but charmingly picky, world of toddlers.

Camilla lives in North London.

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Board book
12 pages


Camilla Reid
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Bloomsbury Publishing PLC

Publication date

12th February 2015




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