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Each durable book in the My Turn To Learn series is specially made for small hands!

Explore the exciting world of numbers, brought to life through this irresistibly adorable tabbed board book. My Turn To Learn Color suses simple, colorful images and bold, lively scenes to teach early counting concepts. The tabbed edges and thick, strong pages make it easy for young readers to flip through the book by themselves, revealing fun, colorful answers on every spread. Featuring a unique...

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Overview

Each durable book in the My Turn To Learn series is specially made for small hands!

Explore the exciting world of numbers, brought to life through this irresistibly adorable tabbed board book. My Turn To Learn Color suses simple, colorful images and bold, lively scenes to teach early counting concepts. The tabbed edges and thick, strong pages make it easy for young readers to flip through the book by themselves, revealing fun, colorful answers on every spread. Featuring a unique format and bright, bold art and design, these books offer an interactive reading and learning experience that can withstand even the most "hands-on" readers!

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Editorial Reviews

Publishers Weekly
A rabbit with a green thumb gives readers a fruit-and-veggie-based introduction to six colors in this tabbed board book, one of four titles launching the My Turn to Learn series. Five tabs run down the right side of the book, showing off a red apple, orange carrots, yellow lemon, green peas, and purple beet; inside, the rabbit harvests or enjoys each food item, e.g., making lemonade or collecting bushels of blueberries. Marshall’s illustrations are a friendly jumble of clean lines and mixed textures, and the tabs are tailor-made for little fingers to help turn pages. Simultaneously available: Opposites, Shapes, and Numbers. Up to age 3. (Sept.)
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Praise for My Turn to Learn:

* "Perfect for little hands...The deceptively simple and visually appealing My Turn to Learn series is a great tool for introducing basic concepts to the littlest readers."—Kirkus Reviews (starred review)

"Tailor-made for little fingers."—Publishers Weekly

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780316251631
  • Publisher: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
  • Publication date: 9/10/2013
  • Series: My Turn to Learn Series
  • Pages: 12
  • Sales rank: 451,315
  • Age range: 3 months - 3 years
  • Product dimensions: 5.90 (w) x 5.90 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Meet the Author

Natalie Marshall was born and raised in Melbourne, Australia. She spent many years in New York and London working in corporate design and has worked on many different children's books. She is now lives in Australia, drawing adorable critters to her heart's content.

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  • Posted October 4, 2013

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    Reviewed by Samantha Rivera for Readers' Favorite My Turn to Le

    Reviewed by Samantha Rivera for Readers' Favorite

    My Turn to Learn Colors shows not only the primary colors of the rainbow but it also shows some very cute images of fruits and veggies that your child will love. Teaching them the way to recognize colors in the foods that they might eat makes it easier for you to practice those colors with them later. Not only that, but this book is made of heavy board so that your child can look at it all by themselves. I thought it was great how the images are all brightly colored and of course the cute little bunny that follows you through this book is helpful as well. Who doesn’t like a cute little mascot after all?

    This book by Natalie Marshall is beautifully illustrated and the perfect length for young minds. Of course young children get bored easily and that’s why Marshall has created a book with big, colorful pictures and not a lot of words that parents and their children will be fine reading over and over again. Short enough to be read before bedtime or nap time, this book is also great for helping kids to learn the things they really need to learn at a young age. You’ll definitely have fun flipping through this book with your child and showing them the colors they learn all around them. With real world examples in this book, it’s so much easier to help them pick out colors everywhere they go and every time that they go out. I think it's great for those who are just learning and their parents.

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