Learning about the colors has never been so hip! In Andy Warhol's imagination, horses are purple, and golden monkeys wear pink baubles on their tails. Through Andy Warhol's Colors, children will learn their colors as they discover that, in modern art, anything is possible.
Author: Susan Goldman Rubin
Ages: Infant to 4
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Andy Warhols Colors by Susan Goldman Rubin is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Elle from Wonderful Little BookThis is an adorable little board book that I bought for my daughter for her 1st birthday. I really like that she can learn about colors, beyond the basic primary and secondary colors, along with some pop art. She absolutely loves to flip through this book in her own or for us to read it to her.
Date published: 2013-02-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by Avenue84 from Colorful Book for the Budding ArtistBought this as a baby shower gift for a friend...both she and her husband are art lovers. She loved the book! It is colorful and a great intro to art for the little one!
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Books by Leo Lionni. Originally published in 1960, 2010 marked the book's 50th anniversary. The bold graphics and beautiful cutout paper collages of colorful birds, foliage, and the clever green inch worm ...
Orla Kiely counts with her trademark simple sophistication.
This companion book to Colors includes a spread for each number from 1 to 10, with a numeral (1), a spelled out number (one), and a labeled, classic Orla Kiely shape.