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  • Colors / Colores


    Board book (BuzzPop, July 31, 2018)
    Learn the colors of the rainbow and more with the help of your favorite Disney Princesses! Plus, read the words in both English and Spanish.¡Aprende los colores del arcoíris y otros más con la ayuda de tus Princesas Disney preferidas! Y también puedes leer las palabras en inglés y en español.Identify twelve colors, among them, pink, silver, gold, black, white, and brown alongside Disney Princesses, including Belle, Ariel, Tiana, and Rapunzel! Spot the red in Snow White's apple, the blue in Cinderella's dress, and more! Learn to read these colors in English and Spanish in this bilingual board book.¡Identifica doce colores, entre ellos el rosado, plateado, dorado, negro, blanco y marrón, junto con las Princesas Disney, incluyendo a Bella, Ariel, Tiana y Rapunzel! Reconoce el rojo de la manzana de Blancanieves, el azul del vestido de Cenicienta ¡y otros más! Aprende a leer estos colores en inglés y en español en este libro de cartón bilingüe.
  • Colors

    Roger Priddy

    Board book (Priddy Books US, Aug. 21, 2004)
    Perfect for babies and toddlers, this charming board book features every color of the rainbow! With bright, easy-to-turn pages and two unique examples of each color, this book is an essential addition to any baby's library. The combination of colorful pictures and simple words will help to build your child's vocabulary.
  • Colors/Colores

    Eric Carle

    Board book (World of Eric Carle, May 1, 2008)
    Learn English and Spanish words with Eric Carle! Parents are increasingly aware of the benefits of teaching children multiple languages, and the earlier the better! This ingeniously simple board book uses Eric Carle?s vibrant artwork to teach simple words?slide the panel to reveal the name of each color in English or in Spanish. It combines the effectiveness of flashcards with the interactivity of a novelty book!
  • Colors

    Nicole Kavanaugh

    Paperback (Independently published, July 14, 2020)
    Explore colors with your toddler through this simple wordless picture book. With simple photographs, toddlers can explore 10 colors in an engaging, developmentally appropriate way.
  • Colors

    John J. Reiss

    Board book (Little Simon, Oct. 25, 2016)
    Explore all the colors of the rainbow in this stunning and graphic first concept board book.From red lobsters, yellow baby chicks, to brown puppy-dog tails, this book is filled with bright pops of color that jump off the page. An engaging way to introduce first colors, this highly designed board book is perfect for little ones to read with their parents.
  • Colors

    Smriti Prasadam-Halls, Parragon Books, Olivier Latyk

    Board book (Parragon, April 30, 2019)
    Let's go on a color adventure together! Lift the flaps to find colors in everyday places while gardening, getting dressed, eating in the kitchen, or playing dress-up. What can you find as you explore and discover all of the colors in your world? The fun illustrations will keep your child entertained while the sturdy pages and cover mean this book will be read for a long time.Bright illustrations keep your little one engaged while learning new wordsSturdy pages and cover ensure you can read together again and againFun scenes put colors, new words, and ideas into contextFlaps hide surprises to findExplore colors together in this book, then take it along on your own adventures!
  • Zapata: Colors - Colores

    Patty Rodriguez, Ariana Stein, Citlali Reyes

    Board book (Lil' Libros, Jan. 2, 2018)
    A Lil' Libros Bilingual Book of Colors As a leading figure during the Mexican revolution, Emiliano Zapata was an extraordinary man who fought for the less fortunate. This book introduces little ones to colors and their first English and Spanish words. Ride a caballo blanco (white horse), wear a brown sombrero (hat), and walk the green pastures where Zapata once rode. Unable to find bilingual first concept books she could enjoy reading to her baby, Patty Rodriguez came up with the idea behind Lil' Libros. Patty and her work have been featured in the Los Angeles Times, Rolling Stone, CNN Latino, Latina Magazine, Cosmopolitan, People En Espanol, Cosmo Latina, and American Latino TV, to name a few. She is currently Sr. Producer for On Air With Ryan Seacrest|iHeartMedia, jewelry designer for MALA by Patty Rodriguez, and creator of Manolos And Tacos. Ariana Stein, a graduate from California State University, Dominguez Hills, has a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration. Ariana spent the first eight years of her professional career in the corporate world. Her life changed with the birth of her baby boy. She immediately realized that bilingualism played a very important role in his future, as well as the future of other children.
  • Colors / Colores

    Brenda Ponnay, Lenny Sandoval

    language (Xist Publishing, Dec. 1, 2017)
    Bilingual Books for Babies & ToddlersWhat's the best way for kids to learn their colors? With a yellow yak, a brown brachiosaurus, and plenty of other wacky animal friends! Secret Agent Josephine a.k.a. Brenda Ponnay presents her quirky illustrations paired with hilarious captions, sure to engage older children who may already know the difference between red and blue, but can't wait to see what crazy color comes next! Libros bilingües para bebés y niños pequeños ¿Cuál es la mejor manera para que los niños aprendan sus colores? Con un yak amarillo, un brachiosaurus marrón, y un montón de otros amigos animal loco! Agente Secreto Josephine a.k.a. Brenda Ponnay presenta sus ilustraciones extravagantes emparejadas con subtítulos hilarantes, seguro de involucrar a los niños mayores que ya saben la diferencia entre rojo y azul, pero no puedo esperar a ver qué color loco viene a continuación!
  • Colors

    Pascale De Bourgoing, Gallimard Jeunesse, Louise Goldsen, P. M. Valet, Sylvaine Perols

    Hardcover (Scholastic, Oct. 1, 1991)
    Explores the magic of colors on spiral-bound transparent pages.
  • Colors! ¡Colores!

    Jorge Luján, Piet Grobler

    Hardcover (Groundwood Books, Feb. 28, 2008)
    Noted Mexican poet Jorge Luján and South Africa’s illustrious illustrator Piet Grobler have teamed up again to produce this exquisite celebration of color. As day turns into night, young readers see fleeting, evocative glimpses of the qualities inherent in a range of colors. An antelope and a group of children are pictured inhabiting this delicate world. This bilingual book presents a gorgeous vision of a planet in which nature, words, and the rising and setting of the sun and the moon exist in harmony.
  • Colors

    Marie Vendittelli

    Board book (HMH Books for Young Readers, April 5, 2016)
    Colors are everywhere in nature. From a blue star fish to pink flamingos, children will find the many colors of the rainbow in these eye-catching photographs of animals in their natural habitats. Vibrant photography and simple, fun read-aloud text make this board book a perfect first look at nonfiction for very new and curious learners! The Picture This series pairs learning concepts with extraordinary photographs of animals in their habitats. Check out all four books in the Picture This series: Colors, Homes, Numbers, and Shapes!
  • Colors

    Jacques Duquennoy

    Hardcover (Twirl, Feb. 5, 2019)
    Using die-cut pages and printed acetate, Jacques Duquennoy introduces the concept of colors to preschoolers in a clever and innovative way. This addiiton to the Zoe and Zack™ series shows best friends Zoe and Zack armed with paintbrushes, ready to paint shapes of different colors. But what are they painting? Turn the acetate pages to find out! They transform a few blobs of color into a fish, a seal, a big purple turtle, and much more! Fostering creativity and encouraging imagination, Colors will show children just how colorful—and magical—the world can be!