Edward had a special playmate called Teddy, who owned a lot of different hats. Teddy had a smart bowler hat for listening to the BBC news on the radio, a baseball cap for riding his tricycle across the lawn and even a special shabby top hat for talking with Edward in the garden.
You might wonder how many hats Teddy owned: Edward certainly did! Sadly, Teddy was unable to count. Therefore, in his free time, Edward decided to take Teddy for a special walk around the village and teach the little bear all the important numbers, up to five.
Can Teddy remember his first five numbers and then answer a simple quiz?
Like all zany stories from Maxwell Grantly, things are bound to go wrong in the most unexpected way. However, there is a simple moral to this story and younger readers are sure to appreciate the beautiful illustrations that accompany this lively tale.