Fruits: A Caribbean Counting Poem

How much fruit can one little girl eat in a day? Three sweet-sop? Seven mangoes? Well – in the case of the narrator of this counting poem, the answer is a lot! Written in swinging rhythmic rhymes with plenty of Caribbean dialect, this verse introduces all sorts of exotic fruits, showing them in luscious, juicy pictures.

  • Winner of the Smarties Prize Bronze Award
  • A sunny, fresh rhyme to build counting skills
  • Sumptuous colour pictures by David Axtell
  • Bursting with tasty Caribbean fruits to try

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