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Books with title Seven Colors of the Rainbow

  • All the Colors of the Rainbow

    Allan Fowler

    Paperback (Children's Press, March 1, 2001)
    The natural world comes alive for young readers with Rookie Read-About Science!Rookie Read-About Physical Science series introduces the youngest readers (Ages 6-7) to physical science concepts. Each book features critical-thinking questions throughout the text; a simple, hands-on experiment; a glossary and more.
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  • Seven Colors of the Rainbow

    Ron Darling, Olga Darling

    language (R & O Darling, April 14, 2013)
    This is a beautiful picture-story about colors.Children will watch eagerly as colored pencils jump out of a box and draw a striking scene--of bright flowers, green grass, a blue sky, a warm sun. This matching of colors with objects will be of interest to parents and teachers alike. Children will then be thrilled when a brilliant rainbow--featuring the same seven bright colors--arches over a glowing sky.Open this book and gaze at pictures that teach, as well as delight!
  • The Colors of the Rainbow

    Jennifer Moore-Mallinos, Marta Fabrega

    Paperback (B.E.S. Publishing, Oct. 1, 2005)
    This appealing book contains an important early lesson for every boy and girl to comprehend: When people of different races and ethnic backgrounds come together, they form the most magnificent sight—a rainbow. Just like colors of the rainbow, each person is unique in his and her own special way. But all have similar feelings, thoughts, hopes, and dreams. Kids are encouraged to celebrate and appreciate both their own and other people's differences, and above all, to come together like the colors of the rainbow. Titles in the sensitively written Let's Talk About It! series are available in both English and Spanish language editions. They speak to the concerns and anxieties of preschool-age and early-grades children, encouraging kids to explore their feelings and then to speak openly about things that trouble them. Speaking openly and sharing troubling feelings with parents or with some other trusted adult is an important first step in a child's ability to overcome problems and achieve emotional growth. All books in this series have appealing color illustrations on every page.
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  • The Rainbow Fish Colors

    Marcus Pfister

    Board book (NorthSouth Books, Oct. 15, 2013)
    A red starfish, a blue whale, an orange sea horse... Rainbow Fish's undersea world is filled with colorful creatures, and the most colorful of all is Rainbow Fish himself, sharing his glittering silver scales with his friends. Bold, simple images, reinforced by facing pages in the appropriate color, make this appealing board book the perfect way to teach colors to very young children. • The best selling board book returns with a new trim size and up to date safety compliance, to delight a new generation of readers. • Safe, simple, and fun! • A baby themed introduction to the best selling Rainbow Fish series.
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  • The Colors of the Rain

    R. L. Toalson

    Hardcover (Yellow Jacket, Sept. 18, 2018)
    This historical middle grade novel written in free verse, set against the backdrop of the desegregation battles that took place in Houston, Texas, in 1972, is about a young boy and his family dealing with loss and the revelation of dark family secrets.Ten-year-old Paulie Sanders hates his name because it also belonged to his daddy-his daddy who killed a fellow white man and then crashed his car. With his mama unable to cope, Paulie and his sister, Charlie, move in with their Aunt Bee and attend a new elementary school. But it's 1972, and this new school puts them right in the middle of the Houston School District's war on desegregation.Paulie soon begins to question everything. He hears his daddy's crime was a race-related one; he killed a white man defending a black man, and when Paulie starts picking fights with a black boy at school, he must face his reasons for doing so. When dark family secrets are revealed, the way forward for everyone will change the way Paulie thinks about family forever.The Colors of the Rain is an authentic, heartbreaking portrait of loss and human connection during an era fraught with racial tension set in verse from debut author R. L. Toalson.
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  • The Rainbow Colors Of Pee

    Ashley Titan, Thérèsa Merchant

    Paperback (Independently published, Nov. 16, 2018)
    Everyone Pees. And sometimes urine is wildly colorful. Children (and grownups!) will discover what can make their pee pee change colors with fun illustrations.
  • The Colors of the Rainbow Coloring Book

    Bobo's Children Activity Books

    Paperback (Sunshine In My Soul Publishing, May 25, 2016)
    The rainbow is such a fascinating phenomenon. Kids love looking at rainbows, wondering how magical they are. This coloring book will help children get familiar with the many colors of the rainbow. The act of holding crayons, choosing colors, rubbing the colors on the ideal spot and even sharpening crayons can help in improving hand-eye coordination in youngsters.
  • All The Colors Of The Rainbow

    Allan Fowler

    School & Library Binding (Turtleback, March 1, 1999)
    THIS EDITION IS INTENDED FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. Explains how rainbows are formed by the colors in sunlight shining through water.
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  • Colors of the Rainbow

    Rebecca Lake Pool, Rodrigo Pool

    eBook (RnRaside Kids, Oct. 22, 2019)
    Learn the colors of the rainbow in English, Spanish, and French with Hewey and Ruby.
  • The Colors of the Rain

    R. L. Toalson

    eBook (Yellow Jacket, Sept. 18, 2018)
    This historical middle grade novel written in free verse, set against the backdrop of the desegregation battles that took place in Houston, Texas, in 1972, is about a young boy and his family dealing with loss and the revelation of dark family secrets.Ten-year-old Paulie Sanders hates his name because it also belonged to his daddy—his daddy who killed a fellow white man and then crashed his car. With his mama unable to cope, Paulie and his sister, Charlie, move in with their Aunt Bee and attend a new elementary school. But it’s 1972, and this new school puts them right in the middle of the Houston School District’s war on desegregation. Paulie soon begins to question everything. He hears his daddy’s crime was a race-related one; he killed a white man defending a black man, and when Paulie starts picking fights with a black boy at school, he must face his reasons for doing so. When dark family secrets are revealed, the way forward for everyone will change the way Paulie thinks about family forever. The Colors of the Rain is an authentic, heartbreaking portrait of loss and human connection during an era fraught with racial tension set in verse from debut author R. L. Toalson.
  • Colors of the Rainbow

    Donna E. Warren

    language (Eloquent Books, May 15, 2012)
    Synopsis:In this engaging and visually striking children’s book, Marcus and his mother witness an amazing rainbow in the sky. As the colors begin to fade, Marcus’ mother assures him that he will see many colors in other things that surround him. What will they find on a trip to the grocery shop? Will the fruit and vegetable aisle reveal varieties of color that will enchant and excite Marcus? What else can they find in the store that will offer a range of hue?Colors of the Rainbow will educate young children with its entertaining format and enjoyable lesson about color that also carries a message about the nutritional value of fresh produce. About the Author:Donna E. Warren grew up on a farm in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, and currently lives in Texas City, Texas. She taught Kindergarten for twenty five years and is passionate about furthering children’s creativity. Ms. Warren has been married to her husband, John, for forty-two years and has two daughters and two granddaughters. Prior to Colors of the Rainbow, she published four Inspirational poetry books. Publisher’s website: http://www.strategicpublishinggroup.com/title/ColorsOfTheRainbow.html
  • Colors of the Rainbow

    Donna E. Warren

    Paperback (Strategic Book Publishing & Rights Agency, LLC, April 27, 2011)
    In this engaging and visually striking children's book, Marcus and his mother witness an amazing rainbow in the sky. As the colors begin to fade, Marcus' mother assures him that he will see many colors in other things that surround him. What will they find on a trip to the grocery shop? Will the fruit and vegetable aisle reveal varieties of color that will enchant and excite Marcus? What else can they find in the store that will offer a range of hue? Colors of the Rainbow will educate young children with its entertaining format and enjoyable lesson about color that also carries a message about the nutritional value of fresh produce. Donna E. Warren grew up on a farm in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, and currently lives in Texas City, Texas. She taught Kindergarten for twenty five years and is passionate about furthering children's creativity. Ms. Warren has been married to her husband, John, for forty-two years and has two daughters and two granddaughters. Prior to Colors of the Rainbow, she published four Inspirational poetry books. Publisher's website: http://www.strategicpublishinggroup.com/title/ColorsOfTheRainbow.html
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