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Esther's Rainbow By Kim Kane Sara Acton,

  • Title: Esther's Rainbow
  • Author: Kim Kane Sara Acton
  • ISBN: 9781743313701
  • Page: 248
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A truly delightful picture book about exploring color in one s surroundings A sweet book for children aged three to six, which teaches rainbow specific hues as well as the days of the week Books Publishing One Sunday, Esther spies a rainbow peeking out from under her chair and then it s gone She looks for colors in everything she sees, finding a different rainboA truly delightful picture book about exploring color in one s surroundings A sweet book for children aged three to six, which teaches rainbow specific hues as well as the days of the week Books Publishing One Sunday, Esther spies a rainbow peeking out from under her chair and then it s gone She looks for colors in everything she sees, finding a different rainbow color each day of the week but will she ever find her complete rainbow again A warm and joyous family story about exploring the world, from two award winning creators.
    Esther s Rainbow A truly delightful picture book about exploring color in one s surroundings A sweet book for children aged three to six which teaches rainbow specific hues as well as the days of the week Books Publi

    One thought on “Esther's Rainbow”

    1. An excellent picture book about colors, using rainbows as the inspiration As a the young protagonist investigates a rainbow, each color is examined on its own double spread using the five senses Soft colors and gentle drawings enhance the experience until the culmination of her discovery of the rainbow e.g, seeing the rainbow refracted in her mother s opal ring dish bubbles Truly, this is a delight Highly recommended for individual reading storytimes.

    2. Well written and beautifully illustrated, either you love it or you just don t really get it.This book explores a rainbow of the senses, and I can imagine any synesthetic kids will just adore it For those of us with pedestrian senses, there seems to be a lack of engagement Over a class of 40 kids, about half enjoyed it and half just didn t really connect.Recommended for synesthetes and artists.

    3. Even though I m definitely partial to Rainbows, the story was pretty cute too I liked the illustrations and coloring above all.

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