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Golden domes and silver lanterns : a Muslim book of colors —Khan, Hena.

In simple rhyming text a young Muslim girl and her family guide the reader through the traditions and colors of Islam.

Beautiful hands —Otoshi, Kathryn, author, illustrator.

A celebration of the many things children can accomplish with their little hands is illustrated with artwork created using thumbprints and handprints.

I dream of an elephant —Rubinger, Ami, author.

Elephants of many colourful shades are described in couplets that invite the reader to complete the rhyme using colour-themed clues.

Lemons are not red —Seeger, Laura Vaccaro.

A simple story highlights such things as a yellow lemon, a pink flamingo, and a silver moon in a visual game in which die-cut shapes fall on the correct color backgrounds.

Bundle up —Sattler, Jennifer Gordon, author, illustrator.

Starting with a pair of yellow mittens, a purple hippopotamus prepares to bundle up to go outside and play in the snow.

I went walking —Williams, Sue, 1948-

During the course of a walk, a young boy identifies animals of different colors.

Red Cat, Blue Cat —Desmond, Jenni.

"Fur flies and feline friendships form as two cats of different colors find that, with a little effort, they can be themselves and make a perfect blend"-- Provided by publisher.

Open this little book —Klausmeier, Jesse.

Die-cut pages open to reveal different animals, each opening a book of a different color and reading about the next.

Vincent paints his house —Arnold, Tedd, author, illustrator.

Vincent's animal friends disagree on how he should paint his house, so Vincent comes up with a colorful solution.

Red sings from treetops : a year in colors —Sidman, Joyce, author.

Nature displays different colors to announce the seasons of the year.

Dog's colorful day : a messy story about colors and counting —Dodd, Emma, 1969- author.

In this colorful story of a sloppy dog, you can count on a happy ending.

How do dinosaurs learn their colors? —Yolen, Jane.

Illustrations and rhyming text show dinosaurs learning the names of all the colors of the rainbow.

Night train, night train —Burleigh, Robert, author.

Told in rhyming text, a train speeds through the night, revealing the sights and colours along the way to its young and sleepy riders.

I don't draw, I color! —Lehrhaupt, Adam, author.

"A boy discovers that even if he does not draw, he can be an artist and express himself through coloring"-- Provided by publisher.

The white book —Borando, Silvia.

"A stylish and fresh wordless picture book, this original story about imaginative play brims with visual humour, bold colours, and a parade of cheeky animals! A little boy stands in front of the whitest of white walls. H...

The night world —Gerstein, Mordicai, author, illustrator.

Sylvie the cat persuades her boy to go into the darkness very late at night, where they are greeted by the shadows of roses and other flowers, and by nocturnal animals who whisper, "it's almost here."

Pink is for boys —Pearlman, Robb, author.

"A board book adaptation from an existing hardcover picture book breaking gender color stereotypes"-- Provided by publisher.

It's an orange aardvark! —Hall, Michael, 1954- author, illustrator.

A carpenter ant drills a hole to see what is outside his stump, worrying his fellow ants, and when new holes reveal different colors they fabricate a story about the horrible beast that will soon attack.

Lili's colors —Albon, Lucie, author, illustrator.

Discover the imaginative world of the On the Fingertips series with Lili Mouse and her friend Henri. Notes of humor and poetry echo in their dialogue as these two lovable mice playfully use descriptive words to bring eac...

Wiggles —Zucchelli-Romer, Claire, author.

Using grooves and other tactile inserts, the book guides a child's fingers through different colors and shapes.

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