Paz, a friendly koala bear, finds his way to a land where all the numbers live. Threes twirl around like helicopters, sixes form petals of flowers, etc. A two confides to Paz that the numbers can't remember who comes first, so Paz organizes them, from one to ten, in English and Spanish. The colored-pencil illustrations are completely lacking in personality or interest, which is entirely understandable, as it is a challenge to make a four look lively. The concept, teaching numbers in Spanish and English, is admirable, but this effort falls very short and very flat. Count Paz out. On the Planet of the Dinosaurs , a witch dinosaur forces the rest of the dino residents to stir cauldrons with their tails, much to the horror of the three ethnically diverse and stereotyped astronauts in a Flash Gordon style rocket. They are powerless to rescue the creatures, but fortunately, the witch's whip gets caught on a passing star and she is pulled into space.