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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
One, Blue, Three! Count to 100 and Learn 20 Shades of Blue! by Wendy Goldstein Davis is an entertaining book for children and introduces them to Water Drop Aqueous, who looks clear when close, but has different hues when viewed from far. When it comes to blue, Water Drop Aqueous has quite a collection. So, children, let us go along with Water Drop Aqueous and count the 20 shades of blue hues on all kinds of stuff. Children can giggle and laugh along with the characters and learn new things as they discover the different shades of blue.
What an interesting way to teach children the different hues of blue! From aquamarine to periwinkle to teal to French navy and all the other hues of blue, the author does it in a very innovative and captivating way that will appeal to young readers. Readers of all ages will benefit from this book as they learn the names of the different shades of blue. The pictures that go with the colors are equally charming and these help readers understand the exact shades of blue. It is such an educational and informative book that I recommend all school libraries have it for children to learn about the different shades of blue. The idea of teaching the different shades of blue to children is novel and entertaining and they will remember the colors easily. I wish we had books like this on all the colors! Wouldn't that be wonderful for children to learn more about different colors?