A Monster Twist on the ‘Ten Little Indians’ Counting Rhyme
Ten Magic Monsters is a light-hearted version of the traditional counting rhyme ‘Ten Little Indians’ (also known as ‘And Then There Were None’). Monster-loving pre-schoolers will have fun learning numbers and colours, counting and joining in with the comic sound effects on every page.
Ten Magic Monsters is a light-hearted monster twist on the traditional counting rhyme ‘Ten Little Indians’ (also known as ‘And Then There Were None’). It’s a fun way for monster-loving toddlers and pre-schoolers to learn numbers, counting, and colours.
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Magic Monsters are fun-loving, mischievous creatures with magical powers — they are able to morph into different shapes, change size and colour, and they can even disappear. They have fun doing activities that kids enjoy doing, like dancing, running, and cycling.
This counting rhyme starts with ten monsters. Every time they do a different activity, one of them either goes away or has a mishap and can’t continue. Each exit is accompanied by a comic sound effect — a perfect opportunity for some audience participation!
The number of monsters keeps reducing, and by the end of the story, all the monsters seem to have disappeared …. “and then there were none”. I’m glad to say that in this rhyme no monsters were permanently harmed (unlike in the more violent original version), and (spoiler alert!!) they are all reunited at the end of the story.