eylabs.net/editor/281/sybi-oi-ligar-gratis.php Editorial Reviews. About the Author. S. L. Poulton is married with three precious preschoolers. My Friend, Mr. Brown: A Preschool Early Learning Colors Picture Book (My Color Friends 4) - Kindle edition by S. L. Poulton, L. M. Munfrada. Mr. Brown: A Preschool Early Learning Colors Picture Book (My Color Friends 4). My Friend, Mr. Brown: A Preschool Early Learning Colors Picture Book a lion and a slithery snake on his search for new friends dressed in brown. My Friend, Mr. Brown is another interactive children's picture book in the My Color Friends.
Available ebook formats: epub mobi pdf rtf lrf pdb html. My hope it that the My Color Friends book series will be a joy to every household that they are invited into. I am married with three precocious kiddos and currently living in New Zealand, my husband's home country.
As we raised our preschoolers in in Asia for the past five years; and our eReader became our number 1 source of great educational books! My first ebook, White Went Around the World, was a fun whim and my kids enjoyed looking at "Mommy's book" on our iPad. With my husband's support more fun ensued and I have just self-published my fifth book!
I have a growing list of titles in my head and 1,s of pictures to look through, all based on finding different colors from our travels around the world. I am blessed that we travel as a family and have a mission together. Thanks for reading! About Publish Join Sign In. Readers Benefits of registering Where are my ebooks? These cows stand for what they believe in and I think that makes this a pretty stellar baby gift. Counting on Community is also by Innosanto Nagara, the writer and illustrator of the aforementioned A is For Activist. This second book follows in the same progressive vein, this time focusing on counting.
Just like his first work, Nagara brings it with the vibrant artwork. You know, I thought I was going to have to work a lot harder to sneak Jane Eyre into a list of baby books. Each of the books in this adorable series feature simple concepts, words and stories using images of needle-threaded felt people from the classics. These dancing dinos go tippity tap and flap, flap, flap and bompity bomp and stop stop stomp.
Not all of Dr. A good gateway into the rest of the Dr. Seuss world. There really are words packed into this tiny book, each paired with a colorful image to help babies learn the basics. Think stuff like apple, car, flower, chair. High on color, low on complexity. Great book, great message, great cause—and beautiful babies.
These sturdy and brightly-colored plastic board books are cut in the shape of animals and contain quick mini-lessons inside about the animal too. The graduated pages are shaped like the vehicles they describe in simple, easy language. It may be a while before baby can properly identify a canopy or outrigger, but the playful shape of the book itself is great from the get-go. Here you go. I must say that while bunnies are cute in general, the ones in this book are just delightful. So maybe buy two? Good idea. These books in this series are just so charming! The illustrations are minimalist but so, so sweet and feature cute baby animals finding clever ways to solve their not-so-small problems.
My new personal favorite? The books themselves are chunky and easy for little hands to grasp.
I love a good, cute, fluffy rendering of a barnyard animal as much as the next girl, but this book has my vote for its realism. In a close-up of a cow, the folds of its skin around the neck, flared nostrils, and wide eyes gave me major flashbacks to the first time I saw a cow in person and felt woefully deceived. As an extra visual treat, each page contains a burst of colorful foil.
This is just a straight-up beautiful bedtime story, one with counting sheep and everything. Ah, serenity. Jellycat Board Books ring all the appropriate bells: fun shapes, great color, texture variety, sturdy construction.
I was first drawn to these books because of their covers—just slightly squishy with gorgeous hues of blue, green and purple. The stories are tender and heartfelt, the animals cute as buttons. The die-cut pages in these books are the shape of their subject: letters of the alphabet, farm animals—the usual suspects. I come back to die-cut details often because they allow wee ones to explore with their hands.
Chubby panda rolling his eyes on the cover? Said panda is carrying a box of donuts?
Tell me more. Panda provides lesson on manners by only giving donuts to animals who say please? As the name implies, these books are great for learning through touch. They each focus on one subject vehicles, numbers, farms and have raised shaped objects on the pages that fit into scooped cutouts on their opposite page. There are lots and lots of Maisy books available but I love the touch aspect of the Lift-the-flap versions. Flaps in board books are basically a bookish form of peek-a-boo, and babies love them some of that!
If you and your little one enjoy the Maisy books, there is also a British-American animated TV series based on them with the most adorable accents. I bought the little one this book, and he liked it! Babies love the felt flaps and pretty woodland creatures. Slow clap for this one, guys. The family in the book is multiracial AND the little girl in it has two dads.
The book is about first words, perfect for babies.
And how fantastic to find diverse and inclusive books for kids. Heart-eyed emoji, all day.
The Grouchy Ladybug by Eric Carle. Children were presented with a point-of-view problem, in which the solution was for the character to hide from an individual by standing behind him, and a pulling problem, in which the solution was to attach a suction cup attached to a rope to move an object. Ben's Trumpet by Rachel Isadora Greenwillow. And, the illustrations delight today as they ever did. You are commenting using your Twitter account.
Well HA, little humans! Oh and the books are, like, really cute too.