The individual fingers have names like thumb and index, but the poor toes don't! It's time to brainstorm what the toes should be called. This board book is an excellent choice to share during homeschooling, in particular for children in preK. It’s a fun way to introduce classic concepts like colors and the alphabet.
As the toes argue and advocate for their preferred name among themselves, kids will learn about concepts like letters, numbers, music notes, colors, and fruits, and celebrate individuality at the same time. This hilarious, chatty book is perfect for younger fans of The Day the Crayons Quit.
Maybe your little one will decide what names to give to their own toes!
The big toe wants to be called A, but not everyone agrees with the alphabet theme. The second toe argues they should go for numbers, while the last toe prefers fruits!
How on earth will they resolve their disagreement?
Jean Leroy worked as a teacher for ten years before becoming a full-time writer in 2010. He has written dozens of children's books, several of which have been published in multiple languages. He lives in France.
Matthieu Maudet was born in Nantes, France and has dedicated himself to illustrating comics and books for children. Maudet began collaborating with the author Jean Leroy on children's books in 2008.