Baby Einstein

Baby Einstein

My First Book of Colors

Board Book - 2006
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This enchanting board book is designed to introduce youngsters to the world of color and to assist in the understanding of the significance of color in their everyday world.  With beautiful illustrations and captivating photographs of familiar objects, youngsters will learn to recognize the wonderful world of color all around us!   Baby Einstein Books is an imprint of developmentally appropriate, interactive books designed to introduce children ages 0-3 to classic poetry, art, and foreign languages in a fun and accessible way.  A combination of playful images, beautiful photography, and bold illustrations with multilayered text will captivate and stimulate babies and young children.  This humanities for babies program, based on the award-winning video series, taps into the natural learning potential of young children and their parents aspirations for them.   The Baby Einstein Company, founded in 1997 by stay-at-home mom Julie Aigner-Clark, has produced numerous videos, CDs, cassettes, DVDs, flash cards, and puppets, and has received several awards and citations for its work. The company is extending its brand through sales in the mass market, as well as through its licensing relationship with Hasbro for toys. Other licensing relationships in interactive multimedia and television are in the works.
Publisher: New York : Hyperion Books For Children, c2006.
ISBN: 9781423102021
Characteristics: [22] p. :,col. ill. ;,27 cm.
Additional Contributors: Zaidi, Nadeem
Alternative Title: My first book of colors.


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