Baby Einstein: Van Gogh's World Of Colors (Baby Einstein Series)

Summary:

Van Gogh's paintings serve as the basis of teaching children color.


Reader Enjoyment Factors:

The art is beautiful, and the questions are fun.

Content Awareness Factors:

None


Little Kid Reaction

S/He responds with oohs and ahhs at the pictures. Beginning to identify the colors regularly (at 18 months).

Parent Reaction

This is a nice way to teach children colors and introduce them to art. The book also has potential use at later ages.

Type of Book:
This board book is designed for kids to explore.
Educational Themes:

With the questions and paintings, it's a nice way to introduce art and color without getting overly complex.

Reading Level:
0.0
Recommended Age To Read By Yourself:
4 to 6
Recommended Age To Read Together:
1 to 4
Age of child:
Started reading with child 18 months old.
Purchase Recommendation:
Buy! It's a nice toddler book…and a 'coffee table book' to boot.

Title Van Gogh's World of Colors
About

Baby Einstein

Author Julie Aigner Clark
Publisher Disney Press © 2001
ISBN 0786808055
Material Hard Cover
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