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In this new Kissing Hand board book, Audrey Penn brings us more maternal wisdom to solve another of early childhood’s little issues. Whether on a trip, in a restaurant or a store, children can become bored and fussy. Chester’s Favorite Game provides an activity that will entertain young children anywhere — ...
In this new Kissing Hand board book, Audrey Penn brings us more maternal wisdom to solve another of early childhood’s little issues. Whether on a trip, in a restaurant or a store, children can become bored and fussy. Chester’s Favorite Game provides an activity that will entertain young children anywhere — finding things in many colors: White, blue, yellow, red, orange, brown, and black.
Chester Raccoon Saw a bird in a tree.
"It has white feathers,"
He shouted with glee.
Ronny Raccoon said
"Let me play, too!
I see a flower That's cornflower blue!"
• * *
Chester Raccoon Plays this game every day,
Before the night darkens And light fades away.
You can play too!
You can play day or night.
Find Chester’s colors Beginning with white.
Posted January 7, 2014
Title: A Color Game For Chester Raccoon
Author: Audrey Penn
Illustrator: Barbara Leonard Gibson
Publisher: Tanglewood Publishing, Inc.
IBSN: 10- 1-93718-58-7
Meet Chester Raccoon and follow him in a day of his life as he practices recognizing his color. If you or someone you know is learning their colors this is a wonderful game to see how good you are spotting the different colors around you. Whether it is a white towel hanging on the line or a yellow flower in a neighbor's garden. We are surrounded by color and together they make a beautiful world. See how many colors you can spot throughout Chester's day. Then see how many you can see around you. Soon you will be able to recognize so may more. Chester Raccoon practices every day and if you do too you can surprise everyone with how good you are.
This is a wonderful book to help the youngsters in our lives learn their colors in a fun and delightful way. Not only do we get to enjoy the story by Audrey Penn, but we get to see the beautiful illustrations by Barbara Leonard Gibson. Enjoy sharing the fun with your young readers. Teach them the joy of reading and open the world for them tomorrow.
Posted June 30, 2012
Remember playing ‘I Spy’ with your kids in the car? That was fun! (Way more fun than picking up a cell phone and scaring the rest of the drivers to death, by the way). Well this book, a small board book that offers young children a way to look at the vibrant colors of this world, brings back the fun of teaching and reading with your little ones!
As Chester Raccoon walks through his forest world, he starts spotting those beautiful colors of our rainbow that, without them, would just leave us with a black-and-white boring world. From yellow balloons floating through the air to the most beautiful cornflower blue petals in the woods, every color is accounted for. Kids will have a ball picking out the colors they love the most!
The illustrator has done a beautiful job offering pictures of Chester and his friends that will make your kids laugh out loud. And the author has gone back to the A, B, C’s of learning so that your young ones can really soak up and enjoy the rainbow that will forever follow them through their magnificent futures.
Quill says: A small book with a whole lot of beauty!
Posted May 31, 2012
Colorfully Captivating for Little Ones.
Chester Raccoon is back, this time teaching about colors. Join Chester in his colorful game of "I Spy," while he points out the colorful things he sees on his walk. Chester, along with his family and forest friends make things more fun with colorful rhymes, too.
The book ends with a message for children to play their own version of Chester's game:
"You can play too! You can play day or night. Find Chester's colors, beginning with WHITE."
The colored sketch illustrations by Barbara L. Gibson will make make reader's excited about playing Chester's game on their own. Author Audrey Penn does a wonderful job at creating a set of rhymes that will draw the attention of children and the introduction of new vocabulary is gradual and easy to follow. This book would be great for taking along on a day trip or to the park, kids can try to find similar things like Chester did or you can make up your own game. This book is perfect for ages 2+ and can be used in multiple ways from the parent reading to the child and then as a beginning reader, especially once the child begins to recognize the words.
Posted April 1, 2012
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read 3/28 pub May 15, 2012 A Color Game for Chester Raccoon by Audrey Penn
Illustrated very colorful children's book. Not only good for colors but counting games as well.
TYpical day in the life of Chester the Raccoon and what creatures he comes across and their color. Quite the selection of animals, birds and other natural things.
Book at the end suggests you play the color game and first start with white...