A colors book with no colors ? instead, die-cuts to peek through and find them yourself This introduction to colors integrates the reader’s surroundings into carefully considered die-cut silhouettes, providing children the space to visually experiment. Readers will gaze around the room through a rooster-shaped hole in search of something red, through a sun-shaped hole for something yellow, through squiggly worms for something pink. Designed for the youngest readers, this sturdy board book features 12 die-cuts made to flip and carry on a color-seeking mission. Inspired by the Whitney Museum’s approach to looking at art, these books provide a new way to look at the world.
I thought the concept of this book was fun enough - a book about colors with no colors in it; you need to find them yourself. However, it just didn’t pull my toddler into it. It was an easy enough task, and she was fine to do it once, but it wasn’t a fun activity to do after that.