My Many Coloured Days
by Dr Seuss
'You'd be surprised how many ways I change on different coloured days.'Maybe on some days you feel sort of brown, like a bear; you feel slow and low, low down. But then comes a yellow day and wheeeeeeeee! you feel like a busy, buzzy bee. Dr. Seuss takes the reader on a journey through many different moods in this vibrant and highly original book.
by Ann Jonas
The girl in red, the girl in yellow, the girl in blue, and the boy in black and white are all set to stir up the rainbow. Watch them create a living kaleidoscope, step by step by step.
Dog's Colourful Day
by Emma Dodd
Dog starts off the day with one black spot on his ear. But it seems that wherever he goes, he runs, rolls, and trots right into colors. As he wanders around town, Dog collects spots made of red jam, blue paint, pink ice cream, and more. When he finally arrives back home, Dog has ten different colored spots. And then it's bath time for this colorful canine, who makes learning colors and numbers easy, messy, and fun!
Red Rockets and Rainbow Jelly
by Sue Heap and Nick Sharratt
A unique look at colours and friendship, now available in paperback.
This very simple text is about two friends, Sue and Nick, who like different colours but are still good friends. The artwork is stunning with each artist contributing alternate pages in their own inimitable style. The deceptively simple text is perfect for children learning to read.
The Colour Thief
by Gabriel Alborozo
Zot lives in a world without colour - no green grass, no blue sky, no yellow sun and no red flowers. From his lonely mountaintop, he gazes at Earth, sparkling with brilliant colour, and thinks it must be a very happy place. He sets off to steal some of that happiness for himself . . .
Visually stunning and thought-provoking, The Colour Thief is a heartwarming story set to become a firm favourite with fans of Oliver Jeffers and Jon Klassen.
Colour Me Happy!
by Shen Roddie
When I am sunny, colour me yellow. When I am funny, colour me pink . . .
Small children will fall in love with the adorable kitten character as they turn the pages of this colourful, glittery book. As well as featuring a host of vibrant colours, the humorous illustrations explore a range of emotions with which young readers will be familiar. To top it all off, there's even a beautiful sparkly rainbow finale!
Little Blue and Little Yellow
by Leo Lioni
Little Blue and Little Yellow are best friends, but one day they can’t find each other. When they finally do, they give each other such a big hug that they turn green! How they find their true colors again concludes a wonderfully satisfying story told with colorful pieces of torn paper and very few words. Leo Lionni launched his children’s book career in 1959 with Little Blue and Little Yellow, and this 50th-anniversary edition, complete with Lionni’s own explanation of how the book came to be, is sure to resonate with children today.
Lemons are Not Red
by Laura V Seeger
From carrots that are not purple, reindeer that are not white to the tranquil night-time ending, this is a fantastic introduction to colours.
Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What do you see?
by Eric Carle
A beautiful 50th anniversary edition of the best-selling Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?
Exuberantly coloured artwork and favourite animals make this rhythmic story the perfect introduction to looking and learning about colours. Each spread leads seamlessly into the next and young children will delight in Eric's colourful collage animals and simple repetitive language. To celebrate 50 years of Brown Bear, for the very first time the book comes with a CD featuring an audio recording by Eric Carle himself!