Join the Top of the Wardrobe Gang, as they enjoy a well-earned break from book-writing, and a game of Hide and Seek!
Burton Bear’s counting.
His eyes are shut tight.
He counts to one hundred.
We run out of sight.
Odd Sock – the youngest member of the gang – has fun showing you her favorite hiding places.
The only problem with being so small is that there are SO MANY places you can hide! Deciding which one to choose can be tiring and tricky. Where Odd Sock finally hides herself may be a bit unexpected, but she has good reasons for her choice… Her next problem is how to find out if she really won or not!
This gentle rhyming story will help young children to think about choices and making decisions. The ending makes this a perfect, comforting bedtime read – but it is also an entertaining book for any time of the day.
Written in a smooth rhyming rhythm, this is a fun “read aloud” book for adults to enjoy reading to younger children. The story is brightly illustrated on every page, and the verses are short and simple enough for beginner readers to tackle.
Kids will enjoy seeing if they can spot where cuddly toy “Thingy” has hidden himself in all the pictures. For extra fun and learning, a few simple puzzles are included after the story.
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Checkout other books in this series
Book 1 – Monster Mayhem
Book 2 – The Night of the Magical Flight
Book 3 – Pirates Don’t Knit!
Book 4 – Aliens Love Astronauts
Book 5 – The Prince and his Dragon
Book 6 – Meet the Gang!
Book 7 – On the Run from Santa
Book 8 – Cyril the Squirrel and the Nut Thieves
Book 10 – The Bear Cub and the Ducklings
Book 11 – The Midsummer Dance
Book 12 – The Book of Bedtime
Book 13 – Cyril Squirrel and the Long Run Home
=> Although the eBook versions of these picture books can be read on black and white Kindles, for the best reader experience we recommend viewing them in color.
***Please note that this particular eBook in the series is written with English spellings and terms suitable for both US and British readers.
PRINT editions of the book (containing additional content) will soon be available in both US and British English options.***