Synopses & Reviews
This artful first colors book introduces children to 9 basic colors and 20 shades of each. Readers will immerse themselves in the concept that one color name actually refers to a variety of dark, light, and in-between tones. Young children will begin by simply naming the colors of the monochromatic images and will soon grow to select their favorite and least-favorite shades. Pantone: Colors
is a visually pleasing way to expand the colors conversation and develop a childandrsquo;s sense of visual discrimination.
Praise for Pantone: Colors
andquot;Itandrsquo;s an evocative exploration of the nuances of color, in a polished, eye-catching package.andquot;
andquot;Your kiddos will be tickled pink by Pantoneandrsquo;s extraordinary primer with nine basic colors in twenty glorious shades each. Itandrsquo;s almost too hard to choose one favorite from the rainbow.andquot;
andquot;Beautifully designed from cover to cover.andquot;
Four brightly colored English/Spanish board books reflect the multicultural world in which we live. Using the cut-paper technique for which she has been applauded, Emberly has fashioned appealing, bilingual books about colors, numbers, opposites, and shapes. Full color.
This brightly colored English/Spanish board book reflects the multicultural world in which we live. Using the cut-paper technique for which she has been applauded, Emberley has fashioned an appealing, bilingual book about colors. (Baby/Preschool)
The vibrant colors and large text in this enchanting collection of bilingual board books make learning easy and fun. Boldly colored construction paper cutouts on stark white backgrounds introduce the basic concepts of colors, numbers, shapes, and opposites in a way that will engage little ones again and again. Text copyright 2004 Lectorum Publications, Inc.
About the Author
Pantone revolutionized the graphic arts industry with the launch, in 1963, of the PANTONE MATCHING SYSTEMand#174;, which enabled designers and printers to articulate and reproduce accurate color anywhere in the world. This system achieved global acceptance and quickly became the standard in color naming and matching. Today, Pantone serves not only as the premier color consultant and authority on trends but also as a consumer brand in apparel, housewares, accessories, arts and crafts, stationery and office supplies, home furnishings, electronics, and apps.