Colors: My Turn to Learn
Little, Brown & Co., 2013 (2013)
Reviewed by Bob Walch
really like the
My Turn to Learn
series because of its simplicity. These board books are constructed around simple but important concepts like colors, shapes, opposites and numbers. Thanks to the easy to manipulate tabs it is simple to turn to a given page, and little fingers have no trouble grasping the tabs either.
s the title suggests, this book focuses on colors, but it also offers full page illustrations of such fruits and veggies as an apple, carrots, a lemon, beet, blueberries and some peas. While the front of each tab highlights the veggie or fruit, on the back you'll find a few colorful insects.
he guide to this color adventure is a little white rabbit who appears throughout the book either harvesting a crop or making lemonade. There's no narrative as such, but you'll discover each color is identified in large block letters and the fruits/veggies are written out in script.
ecause of its small size and large, colorful illustrations, start your youngster out on this little book before you graduate to larger sized books that feature stories, or more complicated concepts such as the ABCs or counting to ten.
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