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Kids Like Me... Learn Colors

Written by Laura Ronay and illustrated by Jon Wayne Kishimoto
Published by Woodbine House
Goodreads Rating - 4.1 / 5.0
$11.95
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Target Age
14
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Publisher Summary

Introducing the new children’s series. KIDS LIKE ME . . . Featuring adorable and diverse children with Down syndrome on every page, and many of their siblings too, these chunky, sturdy books are perfect for youngsters who are ready to start learning their colors and ABCs.

KIDS LIKE ME . . . LEARN COLORS teaches primary colors, plus orange, green, purple, pink, brown, black, white, silver, gold, gray, and a multi-color rainbow. Every page features a child with Down syndrome wearing a shirt and playing with an object of the same color, photographed against a crisp, white background. Borders contain the word for English and Spanish. After all, it’s never too early to start bilingual education!

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disabilities

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Book Details

ISBN 10:
1606130013
ISBN 13:
9781606130018
Publication Date:
January 1, 2009