Ten Little Fingers and Ten Little Toes by Mem Fox and Helen Oxenbury - A special Storytime kit

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Celebrating 10 years of Ten Little Fingers and Ten Little Toes

All over the world, babies are different. Yet in some ways they are very much the same: each one has ten little fingers and ten little toes – to play with, to tickle, to wave. And each child is very, very special to its parents…

For over a decade Mem Fox’s Ten Little Fingers and Ten Little Toes, brought to life by Helen Oxenbury’s diverse cast of delicious babies, has been shared by parents and their little ones the world over.

To help you celebrate the anniversary of this special book, Walker Books have created a special storytime kit for you to use with your libraries.

The publisher and The Reading Agency would love to see how your activities and events throughout February and March. You can do this on social media using #TenLittleFingers and by tagging @WalkerBooksUK, and @readingagency. We will like and share as much as possible.

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