Rabbits in the park: a book of colours

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    The first in a series of books that teach fundamental developmental reading concepts such as identifying colours, opposites and actions to children during their earliest years.

    This poetic narrative intertwines the main theme, ‘colour’, with simple concepts such a windy day, playful activities, problem solving and cooperation. The six vivid rabbit characters (two recognisable from the Moon Rabbit series) encourage children to become familiar with real life items or belongings that hold the key to each colour, such as Honey Rabbit’s RED windmill, Brown Rabbit’s GREEN kite or Grey Rabbit’s BLUE hat etc. The screenprinted images hold intense, bold colour combinations with dominant colours featuring throughout the spreads to assist children in identifying the difference between one colour and another.
    Original languageEnglish
    Place of PublicationLondon
    PublisherMacmillan Children's Books
    Number of pages24
    ISBN (Print)9780230757295, 9781447220206
    Publication statusPublished - 2013


    • Rabbit
    • Red windmill
    • Green kite
    • Blue hat


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