Pantone: Box of Colour: 6 Mini Board Books!

Author: Pantone

Publisher: Harry N. Abrams

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Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 60

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This beautiful box is brimming with gorgeous PANTONE colors and surprises. With a volume for each color of the rainbow--red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and purple--these six chunky board books feature simple peek-through cutouts that transform as you turn the pages. Simple text prompts parents and children to label objects and observe lighter and darker shades of the same color family, promoting a new way of noticing the colorful--and surprising--world around us.Praise for Pantone: Box of Color"Pleasingly tactile variations of six colors..."--The Wall Street Journal"The books, which are smart and well-designed, showcase subtle shades of six colors (red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and purple), while die-cuts do double duty as they introduce basic objects."-- Publishers Weekly

Hello Ocean/Hola Mar

Author: Pam Mu¤oz Ryan

Publisher: Charlesbridge

ISBN:

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 32

View: 173

Spanish language edition. Relive a day at the beach with this lovely book of memories. You can almost feel the salt spray on your face and smell the musky scent of ocean in the cool morning air. Remember how the sand squishes between your toes as the tide rushes to shore and taste the tang of the ocean on your lips. HELLO OCEAN is a joy-filled and playful poem about the draw of the shore and the effect the ocean has on all five senses. Spirited language evokes a sense of closeness and nostalgia for an old friend. The inspiration of the ocean will make learning the five senses as easy as a day at the beach. Crisp, realistic illustrations fill the pages with the rush of surf and the warmth of sun-baked sand. The sights and smells and sensations of the ocean become vividly clear in these beautifully rendered paintings.

Willing's Press Guide

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Category: English newspapers

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View: 427

Coverage of publications outside the UK and in non-English languages expands steadily until, in 1991, it occupies enough of the Guide to require publication in parts.