Ten Cars and a Million Stars: A Counting Storybook 
Count from 1 to 100 with Alice in this charming non-fiction picture book, with words by Teresa Heapy and pictures by Sue Heap. From the bestselling team behind the Very Little series, this is a witty counting book for children learning numeracy. Big sister Alice is brilliant at counting - one day, she decides to show her baby brother how it's done. She starts simply enough: the Baby has one giant teddy, two floppy bunnies and three shaky rattles. Soon Alice has counted all the way up to 100 toys - and the Baby is very impressed. After 100, however, things get a little trickier. How many snowflakes are there in a snowstorm? Or stars in the sky? With a charming twist at the end, Teresa Heapy's gentle story is the perfect match for Sue Heap's bright, child-friendly pictures. AUTHOR: Teresa Heapy recently went from publishing books for Oxford University Press to writing books. She is the author of the Very Little series, including Very Little Red Riding Hood, which won Best Picture Book in the Oxfordshire Children's Book Award and the Coventry Inspiration Book Awards. She lives in Oxford, England, with her husband and three children. Sue Heap is an award-winning children's book author and illustrator. She won the Smarties Book Prize for Cowboy Baby and has enjoyed great critical and commercial success with Polly's Pink Pyjamas by Viv French, and her books with Sally Lloyd-Jones including How to Be a Baby, by Me, the Big Sister, which was on the New York Times Bestseller List. Sue lives in Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire.