One Lonely Fish (Hardcover)
One lonely fish swims through the ocean. But he won't be alone for long . . . Count from one to ten, as each fish chomps up the next. Just be careful--this book might bite!
The fun, offbeat humor, appealing artwork, and interactive die-cuts with a counting theme will have young readers gobbling up this title again and again.
Andy Mansfield is a designer, paper engineer, and illustrator. He is also the illustrator of Eryl Norris's Who's Who in the Wood? and What's That in the Water?, and the creator of two pop-up books, Follow the Star and Journey to the Moon. He lives in Surrey, England, with his wife and son.
Thomas Flintham loves to draw and tell stories, so he's lucky to be a full-time doodler and illustrator. He is also the creator of Thomas Flintham's Book of Mazes and Puzzles, among other titles in his native England. He lives in London.
“The repeated practice of counting every time a new fish is added is sure to delight youngsters. One comically big gulp at the end makes everything come full circle. It's a fish-eat-fish world out there; kids need to learn how to count in order to survive.” - Kirkus Reviews
“The bright, cartoonish illustrations, done in a mostly primary color palette, will attract many eyes. . . . With its fun design, interesting fish, and surprise ending, this is a counting book with bite.” - Booklist
"This is truly a counting story with bite . . . A humorous book to read counting backward and forward." - School Library Journal
"Crisp illustrations and a creamy color palette create a playful, upbeat mood. . . Delivers big laughs while neatly (and quickly) bringing readers back to one." - Publishers Weekly
“Stylish and playful.” - starred review, Publishers Weekly on JOURNEY TO THE MOON
“Mansfield's paper-collage illustrations a suitably murky atmosphere . . . . A little chiller for Halloween or any time the lights are low.” - Kirkus Reviews on WHAT'S THAT IN THE WATER?
“Mansfield’s focused gray and blue palette and chunky characterizations keep the thrills and chills on the light side.” - Publishers Weekly on WHAT'S THAT IN THE WATER?