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Flaptastic: Colors (edition 2009)

by DK Publishing

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Title:Flaptastic: Colors
Authors:DK Publishing
Info:DK Preschool (2009), Edition: Brdbk, Board book, 12 pages
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Flaptastic Colors by Dorling Kindersley

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Review: Informational board book of colors
Source: Bonney Lake Library
Age: 9-30 months
  Jhutt8389 | May 10, 2013 |
The innovating design intrigues the young readers with every inch of every page in this electrifying color book that sets out to be elaborate in order to help the young readers learn with interest. Not only is each page entirely composed of a specific color but also of shapes and objects that coincide with the particular color, this book introduces basic concepts for toddlers. To make it more interesting for the young readers there are flaps to flip over and see what is hidden regarding the color. The author of this book is Charlie Gardner, he has also written several other books for juvenile audiences and preschoolers.
  yazmeen | Dec 16, 2012 |
This board book is a simple concept book to teach colors, and is rather limited in range - it only introduces five colors. My biggest irritation with that is that it doesn't explore purple, even though there is a purple stripe on the cover. Surely they could have done one more spread! The flaps are pretty standard, also; the entire second page is a flap, and the only difference from spread to spread is where you pull the flap up, sometimes from the top, sometimes the bottom, or even the side. Despite the disappointing format, the content is superb, as I've come to expect from DK publications. The colors are bright and saturated, the photographs used to illustrate the different colors are crisp and clear. The pages are beautiful to behold, and in a book about color, that means a lot. The lovely layouts make up for the lack of originality or coverage, making this a decent book about colors for my girls to read. ( )
  nmhale | Nov 21, 2011 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0756652278, Board book)

This bright new series uses innovative design and big, bold flaps to introduce toddlers to basic concepts. With exciting shaped- and full-page flaps, clever die-cuts, and bouncy typography, these books are truly a flaptastic way to learn!
Flaptastic Colors looks at the different contexts and meanings that colors can have in our world-from the red of a flower to the red of a stop sign.

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Lift the flaps to discover the colors of everyday objects.

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