Ten Play Hide-and-Seek by Penny Dale

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One little child and nine stuffed animals play a favorite childhood game in this sequel to Penny Dale's previous counting book, "Ten Out of Bed". Dale's full-color illustrations and rhythmic tale are a spirited exercise in counting and prediction, with all the pleasures of hide-and-seek.
 

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Penny Dale is the author-illustrator of numerous acclaimed books for children, including TEN IN THE BED and BIG BROTHER, LITTLE BROTHER, . She is also the illustrator of THE JAMIE AND ANGUS STORIES by Anne Fine. Of PRINCESS, PRINCESS, Penny Dale says, "I very much enjoyed reworking the story of Sleeping Beauty with the children center stage, playing out the drama in their own way." Penny Dale lives in Wales.
 
Published January 1, 1998 by Candlewick Press. 33 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Sports & Outdoors, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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A bedtime fantasy about a tousled little boy, dressed in red sleepers, and the nine stuffed animals who play imaginative games with him (``TRAINS!'' ``PIRATES!'' ``GHOSTS!'') until, one by one, they fall asleep.

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Dale’s softly colored, intricate illustrations provide subtle clues to the animals’ hiding places, offering children the opportunity to search along with the boy.

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