1/19/2016

Colours Colours Everywhere Board Book - Review & Competition




Welcome to the world of colour! Colours Colours Everywhere is an icon-based graphic board book features raised pieces and colourful rhymes to help children discover the wonders of the rainbow, with bright artwork from Samantha Meredith.

With die cuts and raised cardboard pieces on every page to engage little hands, and vibrant, bright pages leading to a dramatic rainbow finale. This book is perfect for little readers age 0-3 to teach an early-learning concept in a fun, relaxed way!

About the Illustrator: Samantha Meredith 
Samantha Meredith graduated from Loughborough University in 2001 with a BA(Hons) in Illustration. She currently works from a little house in North London, drawing pictures all day whilst drinking tea and wearing panda slippers. She spends most of her time designing and illustrating children's books. She also occasionally works in-house for various studios... but sadly leaves the pandas at home. 

About the Author: Libby Walden 
After studying an English Literature degree in Wales, Libby set off to London to find her fortune in the wondrous world of children's books. Now an editor at Caterpillar Books and a book review blogger at Through the Wardrobe, her days are filled with writing, reading and dreaming up new books - and she couldn't ask for more than that.

We recently received this book to review and it's quickly become a firm favourite. It's larger than I expected, which I like and the bright and contrasting colours keep Noah interested. Not only is it pretty to look at but I love how each page is filled with different coloured items and it's really aiding in teaching Noah his colours at the moment. I know this is going to be a book we are going to treasure for a while. 





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150 comments:

  1. the tiger who came to tea!

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  2. Noddy books by Enid Blyton (@PeanutHog)

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  3. To Catch a Star by Oliver Jeffers

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  4. Her favourite at the moment is her Rainbow annual :)

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  5. At the moment, Luke's favourite book is a book called Trains. It's a board book and is actually in the shape of a train, he's obsessed. Ray xx

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  6. My 5 year old daughter is loving the magic faraway tree

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  7. My grandson's favourite at the moment is Miffy.

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  8. Elma the multicoloured elephant

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  9. My daughter loves Room on the Broom

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  10. The story of baked beans :)

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  11. On The Go, anything with cars,trucks,planes or fire engines.

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  12. Our son loves anything with Peppa pig in.

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  13. The Gruffalo...only because I do the funny animal voices ;)

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  14. At the moment Room on the Broom x

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  15. The tiger who came to tea X

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  16. At the moment the jolly postman

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  18. She had so many, The Tiger Who Came to Tea, Thomas the (boring) tank engine, and I've just remembered - First Tomato (Voyage to the Bunny Planet).

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  19. A Mickey Mouse one which has sound effects for her to press.

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  20. At the minute he loves his Toy Story books :)

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  21. He gets a belly laugh when we read calm down boris

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  22. the cat in the hat by dr seuss is my grandsons favourite book

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  23. My Son loves the Far Away Tree story.

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  24. Claire Elizabeth Noke3 February 2016 at 23:20

    Harry and his bucketful of Dinosaurs!

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  25. Superworm

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  26. What the ladybird heard!!!

    Fav story!!

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  27. The dinosaur that pooped the past. It has dinosaurs in it lol

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  28. sophies favourite is the gruffalo. she loves all the silly voices we make for the fox owl and snake :) x

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  29. The Hungry Caterpillar at the moment!

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  30. The little engine that could

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  31. i dont know yet as is still too young to tell me, but i like reading wind in the willows to.

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  32. Things That Go. He loves anything with cars in at the moment.

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  33. Hungry caterpillar think it's because of all the bright colours 💚💛💚💛

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  34. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

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  35. Harry loves the stick man at the moment

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  36. The D book in the alphabet set at the moment!

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  37. Chocolate Mouse for Greedy Goose

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  38. A personalised spongebob book I bought him for Christmas :)

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  39. I have an old hungry catapillar board book from when my eldest was born 13 years ago. Little un loves it :)

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  40. my baby granddaughter's current favourite is Alphaprint, which features an animal alphabet made up of fingerprints.

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  41. The Winnie the Pooh books (Possibly because she has the winnie the pooh soft-toy ) =)

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  42. Stick Man is the new favourite replacing The Hungry Caterpillar.

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  43. It's currently The Gruffalo and Stick Man - he got obsessed with Stick Man when it was on TV at Christmas :)

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  44. My little girl has so many favorites, she really likes Sharing a Shell by Julia Donaldson.

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  45. My first graffalo books

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  46. the hungry Caterpillar x

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  47. Both my little girls really love a book called Upsy Down Town.

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  48. Farmer duck! My son loves quacking along with the book :)

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  49. I love the faraway tree stories. Xx

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  50. I love the faraway tree stories. Xx

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  52. At the moment my daughter is loving the Elmer books.

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  53. My son loves all the Mr. Men, got the box set for xmas :)

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  54. Any book with Batman or Spiderman in it.

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  55. A book called The big bad bunny. It does have a happy ending though 😊

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  56. A book called The big bad bunny. It does have a happy ending though 😊

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