Zoe's Hats: A Book of Colors and Patterns

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Publishers Weekly
The paper-over-board Zoe's Hats: A Book of Colors and Patterns by Sharon Lane Holm pairs the briefest of text with illustrations of a red-headed heroine modeling her collection of colorful chapeaux, including an old-fashioned floppy "violet hat" with a veil and a "pink" wooly hat with pom-poms. The final pages display all the hats and ask readers to name the colors and patterns. Copyright 2003 Reed Business Information.
Children's Literature
A collage of colors and patterns, this book is perfect for teaching new learners about colors from turquoise to violet, and patterns from zigzags to spots. All of these variations are found on the many hats that Zoe wears with style and pizzazz. Some hats are also silly, flowery, or striped, but Zoe likes almost every single one, which readers can see by the different expressions on her cartoon-face as she wears each hat. She seems to really like the fun hats, like a witch's hat, and even a cooking strainer, which is described as a "gray, spotted, dotted hat." After seeing each hat with an adjective, children can describe the hats themselves by color and pattern in a special section in the back. This is a fun book that is perfect for reading out loud with its simple rhythm, and children are sure to want to read it again and again. 2003, Boyds Mills Press,
— Cherie Ilg Haas
School Library Journal
PreS-K-Holm introduces readers to a redhead with an assorted hat collection. On each page, Zoe is seen from the shoulders up against a solid white background as she models a green-plaid tam, a witch's hat, an inverted colander, and even a pair of pink-and-blue striped underpants. The child's appeal grows with each picture, since the author/illustrator creates a variety of expressions to match the resourceful bent of her heroine. The spare text and bright colors are especially well suited to younger children, and older listeners may come up with their own imaginative games. Closing pages group the hats to allow three review quizzes of the concepts.-Gay Lynn Van Vleck, Henrico County Library, Glen Allen, VA Copyright 2003 Cahners Business Information.
Kirkus Reviews
A fresh and funny way to look at colors and patterns stars a winsome heroine. Red-haired Zoe appears on each page from the shoulders up, and this round-faced, rosy-cheeked urchin wears a different hat on each. The minimal text mostly limits itself to an adjective and the noun hat, but manages a bit of a bounce to it anyway, "Red hat / blue hat / polka-dot zoo hat." The red hat is Santa's, the orange hat the top half of a cat costume, and the stripes are clearly a pair of upside-down underwear. Someone's swimming cap, a colander, and a violet confection with a veil also make an appearance. All of the headgear returns at the end so that youngsters can practice their color and pattern recognition. The colors are bright and clear and the whole is simply topping. (Picture book. 3-6)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781590780428
  • Publisher: Boyds Mills Press
  • Publication date: 4/28/2003
  • Pages: 32
  • Age range: 3 - 6 Years
  • Product dimensions: 13.90 (w) x 10.90 (h) x 0.50 (d)

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