My First Colors Board Book

My First Colors Board Book Ladybugs cherries roses and strawberries are just some of the things that are red in this first concept book that introduces the wonderful world of colors DK proudly reintroduces favorite board

  • Title: My First Colors Board Book
  • Author: Angela Wilkes
  • ISBN: 9780756602802
  • Page: 399
  • Format: Board Book
  • Ladybugs, cherries, roses, and strawberries are just some of the things that are red in this first concept book that introduces the wonderful world of colors DK proudly reintroduces 10 favorite board books from the beloved My First series, all with beautifully redesigned covers for a fresh new look Filled with full color photographs and large, easy to read text, My FirsLadybugs, cherries, roses, and strawberries are just some of the things that are red in this first concept book that introduces the wonderful world of colors DK proudly reintroduces 10 favorite board books from the beloved My First series, all with beautifully redesigned covers for a fresh new look Filled with full color photographs and large, easy to read text, My First Board Books provide children with an excellent platform for early learning A variety of first concepts, such as colors, numbers, letters, and are introduced in a fun, informative way to help children build the vocabulary and basic language skills that form the foundation of learning.

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    213 thoughts on “My First Colors Board Book”

    1. I think this is a great book for teaching your child different colors. There are lots of pictures that go a long with the colors and that will keep the child very interested.


    2. Useful for getting toddlers talking about what they see in the picture, generate talk about colors, particularly the 2 year olds.


    3. I thoroughly enjoyed reading this board book with a one-and-a-half-year-old who is learning to talk. She picked out her favorite items on the cover, as well as each page. Each set of colored objects had both simple items and more complex, clever items. My only annoyance with the book is the little girl dressed up as a mermaid on the blue page.


    4. Another book for Aleyda, and she will rate this as a four star. My page, my review, it gets a two star. Still, for a three year old that does know her colors, along with all the descriptive words for the pictures, it is a good read by someone, to her.




    5. This book is okay. I think there are too many objects on the pages, but once my son is older, maybe he will like it more. Right now, I find Brown Bear, Brown Bear to be a better color book.



    6. It was okay, but the blend of common and quirky pictures didn't suit me. I mean, I appreciate the concept, it just doesn't warm my fingers in their mittens, ya know?



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