One, Two, Three, OOPS! by Michael Coleman

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Mr. Rabbit becomes frustrated when he tries to count his active, constantly moving babies and keeps having to start over.

About Michael Coleman

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Michael Coleman is the author of "Weirdo's War," which was short-listed for the Carnegie Medal and called "tense and psychological" by the "London Times,
Published January 1, 1999 by Little Tiger Press. 25 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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Father Rabbit wants to count his very large family in this silly but appealing picture book.

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For example, Mr. Rabbit tries to keep track by offering a carrot to each bunny as he counts him or her, but the bunnies eat the carrots so fast, ""He couldn't tell which ones he'd counted and which ones he hadn't."" Finally, he waits until all the bunnies are asleep--and even then he discovers th...

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