My First Scottish Colours

Illustrated by Kate McLelland

Price:
£5.99
Availability:
Available to buy

Quick Look

  • Children will learn their first colours in this bright board book with a Scottish twist!
  • Introducing Wee Kelpies – the first in a series of bold and bright board books with a uniquely scottish flavour
  • A chunky, colourful board book, perfect for little hands

A bright board book to introduce wee children to their first colours -- with a Scottish twist!

Format:
board book
Size:
198 x 168 mm
Publisher:
Floris Books
Subject:
Wee Kelpies; Board Books
Illustrations:
colour illustrations
Age Range:
From 1 to 3 years
Extent:
12 pages
ISBN:
9781782501824
Publication date:
19 Mar 2015
Series:
Wee Kelpies

Description

Say hello to green Nessie, wave a blue saltire and pick a beautiful purple thistle!

Introduce your wee ones to their first colours -- red, blue, yellow, orange, green and purple -- with a Scottish twist!

This bright board book is packed with lively images and simple, clear text. The chunky format and hard-wearing pages are perfect for wee hands.

Reviews

'These are perfect first word primers for Scottish bairns packed full of lovely Scottish characters, scenes and creatures.'
-- BookBairn blog

Author

Kate McLelland is an accomplished illustrator and printmaker. She trained in illustration at Edinburgh College of Art. She is the illustrator of bestselling picture book There Was A Wee Lassie Who Swallowed A Midgie and the My First Scottish board book collection.

You can also visit the author's own website at http://katemclelland.com

Links

My First Scottish Colours is in Floris Books' range of Wee Kelpie Scottish children's board books. Parents of young children might also enjoy our dedicated Picture Kelpies website. Download and print out games, colouring and jokes for your children based on Picture Kelpie favourites, and find out more about these quality Scottish board and picture books to enjoy together.

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