Colours

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Publisher: Frances Lincoln Children’s Books

Review

Red tipper, red digger. Orange digger, orange roller…

This playful book features ten different vehicles, from everyday cars and vans to exciting cranes, tractors and mixers - each one in a different colour.

Every page has a big, bright illustration designed to grab your attention. There is clever use of repetition throughout the book,  which will help young children remember the words for both the vehicle and the colour. It even features a rotating wheel at the end so children can change the colours of the vehicles themselves, and repeat the fun lessons learnt from the book.

A great and engaging way to teach new vocabulary.

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