Colors Everywhere

✓ Colors Everywhere Õ Tana Hoban - Colors Everywhere, Colors Everywhere In this wordless picture book Attention grabbing color photographs float in the middle of each page accompanied by a color graph that pictorially represents the proportions of the various colors foun ✓ Colors Everywhere Õ Tana Hoban - Colors Everywhere, Colors Everywhere In this wordless picture book Attention grabbing color photographs float in the middle of each page accompanied by a color graph that pictorially represents the proportions of the various colors foun

  • Title: Colors Everywhere
  • Author: Tana Hoban
  • ISBN: 9780688127626
  • Page: 231
  • Format: Hardcover
Colors Everywhere

✓ Colors Everywhere Õ Tana Hoban, Colors Everywhere, Tana Hoban, Colors Everywhere In this wordless picture book Attention grabbing color photographs float in the middle of each page accompanied by a color graph that pictorially represents the proportions of the various colors found in each picture The result is an engaging color game with many uses Very young children will enjoy naming the pictured objects while older readers will be drawn into In this wordl ✓ Colors Everywhere Õ Tana Hoban - Colors Everywhere, Colors Everywhere In this wordless picture book Attention grabbing color photographs float in the middle of each page accompanied by a color graph that pictorially represents the proportions of the various colors foun

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Colors Everywhere

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    Tana Hoban Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Colors Everywhere book, this is one of the most wanted Tana Hoban author readers around the world.



837 thoughts on “Colors Everywhere

  • Genre InformationalGrade Level preK 1st gradeThis children s book is perfect for kids learning about color I love how it takes images of everyday life and breaks down each color in each image This is a great tool for students learning primary, secondary, and other forms of art I recommend this book for younger elementary school aged students.


  • This book is wordless, which helps children and their imagination while reading This could be great for 3 5 year olds as they learn their colors and what objects are related to it.



  • Lollipops, jelly beans, a tropical butterfly, a parrot, balloons, fall leaves, buttons and thread are just some of the photographs in this book Rothko esque charts of colors are on the outside margins of each page the idea is to match individual colors with parts of the photographs I can imagine children also using the charts to match colors from the charts with objects around them A simple concept that works very well at showing the diversity of colors in both the man made and natural world.


  • I love Hoban s books This one is quite interesting in that it introduces colors and math concepts with its color graphs For that reason, I d recommend it for older preschoolers and elementary school libraries.


  • To be used with Purple, Yellow, GreenInteresting book artistically My son liked picking out each shade in each photo.





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