Beautiful illustrations. Nice sampling of primates (I once worked with chimpanzees). Too soon to say how quickly it will teach the just-turned-two grandchild to count to 10.Published 1 month ago by Purple Jean
I ordered this book for my nephew and everyone I showed it to ended up ordering a copy too! This book is amazing. The art is magnificent and the message is hopeful and endearing.Published 1 month ago by Fran
This is a beautiful volume. The eyes of each animal are expressive and unique to the individual. Discussion possibilities abound!Published 6 months ago by Gail H Brisbin
The pictures are vibrant however, it is upsurd that we would teach young children that they are primates. All that is and ever will be was created by the living God. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Morgan
The illustrations in this book are beautiful. I love the text of this book and the message it sends to our children.Published 9 months ago by JudyF
This "counting book" is much more as it also celebrates the family of primates by highlighting the unique characteristics of each group. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Gretchen Harris
At first you're drawn in by the incredible artistry and it just keeps going until you are very impressed by the message as well!Published 11 months ago by JeNeal M.
My 1.5 yr yr old son loves this book. It is educational, simple and beautiful. Each animal is painted with so much detail and character. A great book!Published 11 months ago by Karin C.
How many chimpanzees do you see? How many gibbons? Lemurs? Baboons? Practice counting from one to ten with Anthony Browne's beautifully-illustrated new book “One Gorilla. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Holly Scudero