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Little Green Peas: A Big Book of Colors

By Regan McMahon, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 3+

Cute peas at play help kids learn colors.

Book Keith Baker Colors 2014
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It's simpler in scope than other books in the series and may pack less of a punch, but kids will still enjoy spending time with the antic vegetables as they zoom about and have fun with each color. Easy-going lessons about examples of each color (blue seas, red autumn leaves, "orange bubbly drinks") will sink in, too.

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