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British Museum: Colours

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Part of the BM First Concepts Series

Baby and Toddler   

The Lovereading4Kids comment

One of a series of unusual first concept books, this board book introduces children to colours using objects from the British Museum’s collection. Each one of the dozens of items featured is beautiful to look at, from the green porcelain bowl (China 18th century), to the gold Roman coin (AD 125) to Grayson Perry’s yellow Rosetta Vase (2011). They clearly have stories to tell too and more information is available by scanning a QR code featured at the back of the book. Child-focused and useful the book successfully introduces not just colours but a first sense of history and the dynamic ever-changing cultures and civilisations of our world. ~ Andrea Reece

Synopsis

British Museum: Colours by

Featuring amazing objects from the British Museum, this series of captivating board books encourages children to engage with early learning concepts. Inquisitive toddlers will enjoy learning all the colours of the rainbow, with gorgeous photographic images on every page.

About the Author

Nosy Crow is working with the British Museum in an exclusive partnership to create a broad range of children's books to sell to the UK trade and beyond. The British Museum is 'a museum of the world, for the world'. It is the UK's leading visitor attraction and the second most visited museum in the world. The books draw on the British Museum's internationally recognised brand, its unparalleled collection of objects and its world-class expertise.

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Board book
24 pages

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Publisher

Nosy Crow Ltd

Publication date

7th September 2017

ISBN

9780857639691

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