One rhino, many ways — 34, to be exact (excluding the two on the cover). However, as the witty book title suggests, there’s more to the myriad iterations of the rhino than sleek graphics.
Each rhino takes up an entire page and faces its rhyming counterpart (RHYMoceroses!) in an oddly poetic manner, so they read well as a couplet. For example, ‘shower’ vs. ‘flower’ and ‘alone’ vs. ‘on the phone’.
It’s also fun to see the author’s creative interpretations of the various adjectives/nouns/actions, including special pages that have an added visual or tactile interest, such as a shiny gold-foiled rhino or a literally bumpy rhino.