Extraordinary Photographs Of Twelve Irresistible Small Children Will Delight, Charm, And Even Teach Youngsters To Identify Different Colors Objects Familiar To Every Child Are Pictured With The Same Crisp And Imaginative Style That Distinguished Sieveking S Earlier Books, A Baby S Book Of Babies And What S Inside 22 Full Color Illustrations. Highly dated, but the use of photographs makes this work very nicely both as a color book and as a simple I Spy book The babies come in a variety of colors and with non white sounding names, so that s a plus. This picture book is very simplistic By using photographs, the author associates different colors with different objects This book would be used for those in pre school or below.For this book I like the fact that they used photographs instead of hand drawn pictures Also, the words are simplistic and to the
good for teaching color and objects has very simple words in it
- 16 pages
- What Color?
- Anthea Sieveking
- 03 December 2017 Anthea Sieveking