1, 2, 3, 4, 5! What can 5 little fingers do? Tickle, wiggle, dance—and much more! In this lively and irresistible board book, young readers learn to count and explore just what their little fingers can do—by putting them through the die-cut holes on the cover and each spread. One little finger can be an elephant’s trunk, two little fingers can be a crab’s claw . . . but who’s that peeking through one of the holes? The wriggly surprise at the end makes for a satisfying discovery in this book that practices basic counting and encourages imaginative play. Hooray for little fingers!
Tristan Mory is the head graphic editor for the magazine, Histoires pour les Petits. He earned a degree in visual communication, and has illustrated books for various publishers, including Milan, Albin Michel, and Flammarion. He lives and works in Toulouse, France.