by Laura Yirak
Genre: Childrens Picture Book
Publication: January 26th 2012
Red, yellow, green, bright hues, exchange colors with Ladybug Blue. There’s a problem outside and this cute bug is going to fix it by swapping colors.
This is a fun and colorful, fully illustrated Ebook, for ages 18 months and up.
Kids Corner: Storytime Vlog
We didn’t realize this book was for ages 18 months and up — completely my fault. It’s an excellent book for teaching a toddler about colors, but my girls are beyond that stage, obviously. It was a super quick read, as you can see, but the illustrations are very vivid and attractive. See… even my girls get sucked in by pretty covers! Haha. We’re still new at this so we’re allowed a mistake or two along the way. Starting next week we will pay better attention to the books we choose. We have some great new children’s books coming in from authors and publishers soon that we are looking forward to reading here with you. Have a great week! We’ll see you next Sunday!
*Update: A week later and my girls are still on my tablet reading this book and asking for the next in the series! They love being able to read it themselves so I stand corrected — it’s a good choice for 18 months up to 6 years old, according to my kids!
About the Author
Laura grew up in Scotland and moved to the United States when she was eleven. She says, “I had the best childhood, playing my days away in the lowlands. There was always something to get up to, whether it was exploring some old ruins or running down to the sweet shop for a bag of treats, I won’t forget it.” She spent her first two years in college writing poetry and started publishing in 2011. Writing is her passion. She is always creating children’s books drawing inspiration from her two little ones.
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