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These sturdy board books with rounded corners are solid choices.
(starred review) vivid [and] energetic . . . This near-wordless romp encourages tots to pick up some paints of their own.
A great title to encourage toddlers’ interactive play, this board book introduces six basic colors, one on each double-page spread. . . . A riot. . . . Kids will want to move from the book to the real world and name the colors all around them.
The thick pages and clever artwork are a user-friendly way to educate pre-school children about basic colors.
The Go! Go! Bobo board books are bright delights, filled with pictures of a bouncy baby zipping through the air amid a whole series of shapes or colors. Basher manages to make the simple books extra-attractive in several ways. . . . In Colors, extra gloss is added to the illustrations, which really “pop,” whether they are of rubber ducks and bananas (for “yellow”) or of piglets and cupcakes with icing (for “pink”).