As a grandfather to nine, I've read many color books to toddlers and young children. In a word: boring. There is so much form and color in this world that cartoonish drawings do not communicate. So, I asked myself, "What in the world has enough primary colors to teach little ones?" My answer was either frogs or parrots.
Then, I stumbled upon "Histoire Naturelle des Perroquets" by François Levaillant. While the 19th century French was difficult, the images were astounding. I had found the perfect medium for teaching colors to children everywhere. I hope you enjoy reading this book to your little ones. I certainly do.
Binding: Paperback (Saddle Stitched)
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