This is the perfect spooky story for your festive little one! With beautiful illustrations and creative alliteration, this board book is sure to put you and your child in the Halloween spirit!
Ten Little Monkeys meets Room on the Broom in this counting-focused Halloween-themed read aloud; now as a board book!
One goes zip,
two go zoom.
Three witches glide from room to room.
So begins this witchy counting story, now as a board book. Counting up from 1 to 10 and back down again, ten witches jump on a broom--and then fall off one by one! Written in pitch-perfect rhyme, and full of fun read-aloud energy that will have kids memorizing lines and clamoring to read the book again and again, this book hits the mash-up sweet spot between an important concept and Halloween fun!
About the Author
Teri Sloat has written and/or illustrated over twenty trade books for young readers, including From One to One Hundred, I'm a Duck!, and the Farmer Brown series. Among her honors are a New York Times Best Picture Book, an ABA Pick of the List, a Junior Library Guild selection, and a Notable Science Trade Book.
Rosalinde Bonnet has written and/or illustrated numerous books published mainly in France and England. In the US, she is the illustrator of, among others, Pablo in the Snow by Teri Sloat, Ella and Penguinseries by Megan Maynor and Poppy's Best Paper by Susan Eaddy.
"Bonnet's illustrations have a chaotic, wobbly quality that suits this story of a late-night haunting gone wrong. Readers will want to pore over the details of her eerie, monster-filled nocturnal scenes."
"A mildly spooky general purchase for all libraries, this may be just the ticket for detail-driven independent readers, who will enjoy finding the lightly hidden numbers on each page or perhaps telling the story behind each scene."—School Library Journal
"Humorous ink-and-watercolor illustrations (featuring some familiar creepy creatures) are coupled with bewitching rhymes."—The Horn Book
"Deliciously detailed, fun illustrations are the perfect backdrop to this funny (and a just a little bit scary) tale, making Zip! Zoom! On a Broom pure delight from start to finish."—Books to Borrow, Books to Buy
"A fantastic rhyming book to celebrate the witchy season."—Red Tricycle