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Little One, Little One What Do You See - Personalized Children's Book

Purpose of The Book

Create a book to make learning shapes, colors and numbers fun, and at the same time get your little one ready to start Pre-School.

How Is The Book Designed

What could be more fun than helping your little one learn about animals and numbers at the same time? These lovely illustrations and simple rhymes make it easy for your child to remember the story. The personalized details will keep your child interested in learning, and it makes a great gift before pre-school begins. Children, parents, and grandparents love this classic book. 

Get a head start on pre-school with this personalized storybook.



  • For ages: newborn to 4
  • Wipe-clean hard cover
  • Fully illustrated color pages
  • Laser printed text
  • 36 pages
  • Published by Create-A-Book

Products from a smoke-free / animal-free environment.

Partial story is listing below.  Personalized areas are highlighted in red.

Little One, Little One, What Do You See

was created especially for


 Chloe Marie Sullivan

at the age of   2


With All Our Love,

Grandma and Grandpa


June 24, 2015



Chloe, Chloe,

let's take the time for a brief trip,

and see what might rhyme.

Now Chloe, please tell me,

what makes you laugh?

Oh certainly, it's a monkey

climbing up a giraffe.


Chloe Sullivan,

tell me what can jump.

It's a big, green bullfrog

over a hump.


Chloe, Chloe,

tell me what can fly.

It's a bluebird soaring

high in the sky.


Chloe, Chloe,

now let's have some fun,

looking at numbers,

beginning with ONE!


So, Chloe Sullivan,

what do you see?

I see ONE elephant

looking at me.


Chloe, Chloe,

what do you see?

I see TWO brown bears

juggling for me.


Chloe Sullivan, now

what do you see?

I see THREE lions

roaring at me.


Chloe, Chloe,

what do you see?

I see FOUR monkeys

in a big tree.


Chloe Sullivan, now

what do you see?

I see FIVE dogs barking

at that same tree.


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