You've seen one book about colors, you've seen them all, right? Sometimes it does feel that way. Over the years, I feel like I've read so many books that set out to teach preschoolers to identify their colors. Well, let me tell you that even if you have a million color books on your shelves, you still need one more! You need Bear Sees Colors by Karma Wilson and Jane Chapman.
"Mouse and Bear are walking; they are chitter-chatter-talking. So much for them to do. And the bear sees . . . "
Blue! And green! And yellow! In this book, Bear and his forest friends go tromping through the forest, and as they walk, they find that the forest is a very colorful place. There are blue rivers, red berries, yellow honey combs, and much more.
Bear Sees Colors features the same style all of the Bear books have: a rhyming story, sweet forest friends, adorable illustrations, and a happy story that preschoolers are sure to love. Every book shelf needs at least a couple of Bear books!
What do you think? Do you have a favorite color book that I need to know about?