Thursday, July 23, 2015

Red Yellow Blue (And a Dash of White Too!) - Children's Book #Review!

A little girl is about to discover the wonders of mixing colors. With the sound of paint splatter, a bright blue elephant named EleBooyah appears. She wants to help paint, too! Pretty soon, the girl and her elephant are playing with all the colors of the rainbow. What other creatures are waiting for the splatter of paint on a brush to join the raucous painting party? Esperanza's creative and unique rhythmic stanzas are sure to intrigue children, and the vibrant illustrations are a riot of color and magic.

Charles George Esperanza is a graduate of FIT, a prolific artist, and the illustrator of Jackie and Me. Red, Yellow, Blue (and a Dash of White, Too!) is his children’s book author debut.

My Review:
This book is perfect for my six and three year old daughters! My three year old is learning about colors and color words, and my six year old is learning that mixing colors together can create new ones! This book is perfect for children from ages two to six. The younger children will love the animals and colors of this book! The little girl in the story has quite an imagination! The illustrations help to bring the story and her imagination to life with lots and lots of color! We will be reading this book for two to three more years in this house, that's for sure!

Disclosure: I received a copy of this book in exchange for my review post. No other compensation was exchanged or received.


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