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First Colours

First Colours

Part of "Look and Say" series, this board book is designed to introduce colours to very young children. Illustrated with handmade models, each page features a tab enabling children to locate their favourite pages. It gives familiar objects a new lease of life as children learn how different items can be the same colour.
Our Price: €11.89
ISBN/EAN9780746073339
AvailabilityDelivery usually within 5-10 working days
Publisher: Usborne Publishing Ltd
Pub. Date: June 1 2006
Author: Brooks, Felicity
Format: Board book
Pages:9
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This is a new title with two rows of tabs in the popular "Look and Say" series. This large luxurious board book is specially designed to introduce colours to very young children. Illustrated with Jo Litchfield's handmade models, each page features a robust tab enabling children to quickly locate their favourite pages. Familiar objects are given a new lease of life as children learn how different items can be the same colour, such as a yellow duck and a digger, before being challenged to find the correct colour objects throughout the book.
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