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Reviewed by Samantha Rivera for Readers' Favorite
My Turn to Learn Colors shows not only the primary colors of the rainbow but it also shows some very cute images of fruits and veggies that your child will love. Teaching them the way to recognize colors in the foods that they might eat makes it easier for you to practice those colors with them later. Not only that, but this book is made of heavy board so that your child can look at it all by themselves. I thought it was great how the images are all brightly colored and of course the cute little bunny that follows you through this book is helpful as well. Who doesn’t like a cute little mascot after all?
This book by Natalie Marshall is beautifully illustrated and the perfect length for young minds. Of course young children get bored easily and that’s why Marshall has created a book with big, colorful pictures and not a lot of words that parents and their children will be fine reading over and over again. Short enough to be read before bedtime or nap time, this book is also great for helping kids to learn the things they really need to learn at a young age. You’ll definitely have fun flipping through this book with your child and showing them the colors they learn all around them. With real world examples in this book, it’s so much easier to help them pick out colors everywhere they go and every time that they go out. I think it's great for those who are just learning and their parents.