20 Kids' Books About Color

20 Kids' Books About Color

Colors are a cornerstone of early learning, and these books help to foster kids' enjoyment in the visual world from infancy and through grade school. From Warhol and the design world (Orla Kiely, Alexander Girard, Pantone), to nature (Planting A Rainbow) and classics from Leo Lionni and Eric Carle, there's something for everyone here. Check out these 20 children's books in which color plays a major role: FIRST ROW Little Blue and Little Yellow, Leo Lionni Pantone Colors, Helen Dardik Blue Hat, Green Hat, Sandra Boynton Elmer, David McKee Colors, Orla Kiely SECOND ROW Color, Ella Doran Planting a Rainbow, Lois Ehlert One Red Dot: A Pop-Up Book for Children of All Ages, David A. Carter My Many Colored Days, Dr. Seuss Color, Alexander Girard THIRD ROW Lemons Are Not Red, Laura Vaccaro Seeger Press Here, Herve Tullet Color Surprises: A Pop-Up Book, Chuck Murphy Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? Eric Carle Colors, Charley Harper FOURTH ROW The Mixed-Up Chameleon, Eric Carle A Day With No Crayons, Elizabeth Rusch Alice in Wonderland: A BabyLit Colors Primer, Jennifer Adams and Alison Oliver Andy Warhol's Colors, Susan Rubin Susan Goldman Rubin A Color of His Own, Leo Lionni
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