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really liked it 4.0  ·  Rating Details ·  3 Ratings  ·  3 Reviews
Each spread looks at first like two pieces of blank coloured paper, but pulling a tab on the left-hand page reveals the name of the colour; and pulling a tab on the right-hand page gives examples of objects and animals that are naturally that colour.
Paperback, 18 pages
Published January 1st 2006 by Walker, (first published 2001)
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Aubree Cash
Sep 02, 2014 Aubree Cash rated it really liked it
This concept book of colors shows a variety of things. It is interactive with flaps but not only colors are being shown but also what different animals and items in everyday life of that color are also shown. Example orange flaps had tiger and fish etc.
Sep 02, 2014 Joseph rated it really liked it
Fun Book. Love how the color is on the left page while more concepts are found on the right page. Kids love these books but sometimes love them a little too hard. As long as the book stays in great shape, Great concept book that can go a long ways for a child learning basic concepts and animals.
Jan 20, 2009 Abby rated it really liked it
We love Robert Crowther's books. This book is a great way to introduce colour into your toddlers reading. Lots of flaps to lift and tabs to pull.
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Robert Crowther, a master paper engineer, first discovered the wonders of 3D illustration in art school. "I just loved the way things came alive when you did them in 3D. Particularly if something is flat, then it moves when you open it. It is the surprise element."

The idea for ROBERT CROWTHER'S MOST AMAZING HIDE-AND-SEEK ALPHABET BOOK, which launched his career as a leader in the world of pop-ups,
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