There's Not One by Jennifer Higgie

There's Not One

Written by Jennifer Higgie
Illustrated by


There's Not One by Jennifer Higgie

This joyous debut from well-known writer and editor Jennifer Higgie (Frieze Magazine) celebrates both the individual and the diversity of the world around us. In kaleidoscopic colour, Higgie takes young readers on a journey from some of life's most important things (baked beans!) to some of life's biggest wonders (stars!). The perfect early picture book for budding art lovers!


'This luscious picture book offers such pleasures that small children (and their grown-up read-aloud machines) will be drawn towards it ... Its simple story - that while there are billions and zillions of all sorts of things, there is only one you - is full of heart yet stays well away from sentimentality ... The overall effect is one of joy.'

+Publishing 'This vividly colourful debut from Jennifer Higgie is perfect for little people who are starting to learn about numbers and their place in the world.

About the Author

Jennifer Higgie went to art school in Australia and now lives in London, where she is co-editor of the art magazine frieze. She write regularly about art and has also published a novel, Bedlam, edited a book on art and humour, and writes screenplays.

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28 pages
Interest Age: From 0 to 5 years


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Scribe Publications

Publication date

10th November 2016



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