Spring into this inventively visual experience that allows readers to mix and match the colors of vibrant flowers right before their eyes. Turn the wheels to create and change the bold colors of spring in this deceptively simple and thoughtfully layered novelty book that teaches the joy and wonder of color. Look for Winter Is Here! available October 2017.
Are you hungry as a bear? Sly as a fox? Stubborn as a mule?
Introducing ANIMAL IDIOMS! This entertaining die-cut board book, featuring colorful, adorable art, introduces children to some fun animal idioms. Like a guessing game, each image shows just a part of the creature, with an accompanying rhyme that hints at its identity. Kids turn the page . . . and see which friendly animal fits the bill.
Celebrate the cool colors of winter with this hands-on color-play novelty board book
with color transforming turn-wheels! Join in this inventively visual experience that allows readers to mix and match the colors of a winter wonderland right before their eyes.
Check out Hooray for Spring! for more color mixing fun.
123 Go! ( Available 2018)
Vehicle-loving toddlers can learn their numbers, 1―10, with this gorgeously detailed novelty board book that includes a clever fun-to-slide element. With an interactive track on every number, kids will love to learn and play with trucks, trains, and more as they count higher and higher.
This very simple, beautiful, and innovative concept book shows children how primary colors magically blend to create secondary ones. Die-cut raindrops with a see-through shaded acetate appear throughout; when the acetates are layered on top of each other, a new color emerges! So it’s easy to see—and understand—how blue and red make purple; red and yellow make orange; blue and yellow make green . . . and how, all together, they create a gorgeous rainbow!
The delightful art showcases a cute and cuddly-looking group of animals trying to escape the rain—and each one has an adorable accessory, be it a pinwheel, fancy hat, or bright umbrella.
“This cheery book uses animals to show how blending colors creates new ones... overall, it's a visual winning effect.”
- Publishers Weekly