Written by: Terry P. O'Grady
Illustrated by: Rick Barrett
- Paperback: 26 pages
- Publisher: Kaleidoscope Kids (September 28, 2012)
About This Book
This book was developed as way to help children to learn their colors, shapes, and numbers. The unique characters of this book were conceptualized as each having a shape, color, and number so that children can see these concepts together.
Each character is introduced with their shape, color, and number. There are also a number of objects on each page to practice counting. The hope is that this book will make learning these concepts fun, engaging, and easy for your child.
This whimsical children's book is a perfect addition to any preschooler's collection. I enjoy the fun wording that Terry chose to describe the creation of the vibrant Kaleidoscope Kids. There are ten Kaleidoscope Kids in all and each one is a specific shape, color, and number.
I think the characters are an enticing way to help teach children about colors, numbers, and shapes. I like that Terry combined an interesting story and educational elements for young children. My eight-year-old daughter, Bella, said The Kaleidoscope Kids book is a friendly and helpful book for little kids and I agree!
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