Dos en el zoologico/Two at the Zoo bilingual board book-9780547581378

Dos en el zoologico/Two at the Zoo bilingual board book

by Danna Smith and Valeria Petrone

Counting is always more fun when Grandpa helps! From one black bear to ten hairy warthogs, the young narrator and his grandpa count their way through a colorful and sometimes unusual zoo, encountering a wide assortment of friendly animals along the way. There are lions, zebras, and penguins, of course, but also chameleons and eagles . . . and even tarantulas! Playful, quirky illustrations put the loving relationship between the youthful grandfather and the grandson on proud display, while an upbeat, rhymed text full of sparkling verb sounds invites even the youngest readers and listeners to participate.

  • Format: Board Book
  • ISBN-13/EAN: 9780547581378
  • ISBN-10: 0547581378
  • Pages: 30
  • Publication Date: 11/15/2011
  • Carton Quantity: 50

About the book

Two adventurers count a myriad of colorful friends at the zoo—now in a bilingual board book edition.

A raring-to-go boy and his grandfather put on their new hats and set off on a counting adventure at the zoo, where they see eagles, lizards, wart hogs, and other colorful zoo friends. The English and Spanish bilingual text is set in two colors for easy reading.

About the author
Danna Smith

Danna Smith is the author of several picture books. She lives in Northern California with her husband and two grown children. Visit her website at  

Valeria Petrone

Valeria Petrone is the illustrator of Two at the Zoo by Danna Smith and many more picture books for preschoolers. Her artwork has been exhibited around the world. She lives in Milan, Italy. Visit her website at


"The characters have big, wide eyes that convey wonder, surprise, and joy, and many of the animals have playful expressions that welcome the humans. An engaging read-aloud for storytime and one-on-one sharing."--School Library Journal


"Smith's picture book debut is a whirlwind trip to the zoo. . . . A great read-aloud."--Kirkus Reviews

"A wild way to help younger kids learn their numbers."--Parenting: Early Years