This learning-to-count book has beautiful, detailed illustrations of many (some quite obscure) kinds of birds, increasing in number (as you might expect) from one cockerel to twenty of some other kind of feathered friend. In case you’re puzzled by my vageness, it’s because my daughter showed so little interest in this book that we had to stop at three China ducks. However, to give the book its due, it’s quite unusual to go as far as twenty in early counting books, with the result that the two-year-old son of the friend who lent me the book already counts fluently to twenty (obscure birds). He liked it more, it seems, and so may you. Good luck!