BRIAN WILDSMITH’S ANIMAL COLORS

Brian Wildsmith's Animal Colors

ISBN: 978-1-59572-168-6

Wildsmith teaches colors through the vibrantly illustrated animals on the pages of this popular color book.

4"x 5 3/4",  
16 pages,  
ages 0-2, 
This title is available in:
Bengali/English
French/English
Korean
Vietnamese/English
Haitian Creole/English
Chinese/English
Farsi/English
Navajo/English
English
Spanish
$4.99
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CURRICULUM CONNECTIONS
Vocabulary development, first words, classifying, grouping and comparing, observing animal characteristics and behavior, diversity, letter recognition, letter order, visual arts

Reviews


Manoj Testing

It is impossible for me not to have positive feelings when I look at the faces of babies. Debby Slier's Cradle Me had me happily gazing at the faces of babies from eleven different tribal nations in their cradle boards. Inside are babies in their cradleboards, smiling, frowning, peeking, touching, crying, yawning, thinking, looking, sleepy, and sleeping. Beneath each of those words is a line for a parent/librarian/teacher to write that word in--perhaps--the Native language of the child the book is being used with. It is a powerful book because the images are photos, not drawings, and because Slier included a two-page spread that specifies each baby's tribal nation.


Manoj Test

An eloquent tale about tolerance and acceptance, this beautifully illustrated story shows how Mother and Father Koala's suspicions of the "other" bears are mollified. The Koalas don't like the pandas and don't trust the polar bears; they believe that black bears are noisy and that brown bears have big teeth. However, all of the Koalas' grumpiness melts away when they watch the littlest bears at play. Appealing to young and old readers alike, this picture book conveys an important message in a playful way.

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Brian Wildsmith's Animal Colors

Wildsmith teaches colors through the vibrantly illustrated animals on the pages of this popular color book.

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