Hello Hello Colors
Caldecott Honor–winning illustrator Brendan Wenzel’s irresistible animal images take the spotlight in this new series of concept board books for young children, based on his award-winning picture book Hello Hello.
Say hello to early learning concepts and the wild world of animals!
Little ones will learn their colors with the help of a zebra, a swordfish, a sloth, and . . . an axolotl? More than sixty wonderful and endangered creatures from earth, sea, and sky parade across the pages and show the beauty and variety of our planet. A key at the back of the book identifies the animals for even more nature fun.
COLOR LEARNING: A rainbow of animal friends, from familiar everyday animals like house cats to rare and endangered animals like seahorses, make their hellos and introduce young children to colors at the same time.
WONDERFUL INTRODUCTION TO ANIMALS: Kids will enjoy discovering the dazzling variety of animals in nature, from baboons to swordfish, poison dart frogs to red pandas. An answer key at the back identifies the names of each animal in the book.
FUN TO READ ALOUD: Simple rhythmic text and funny, appealing pictures make a joyous read-aloud experience for parents and children.
NATURE BOOKS FOR KIDS: This new series celebrates the richness of animal life with a gentle underlying message of the importance of saving endangered species and caring for the environment.
BELOVED AND BESTSELLING AUTHOR-ILLUSTRATOR: Brendan Wenzel is a bestselling Caldecott Honor–winning artist and a sought-after speaker at schools and libraries. His books They All Saw a Cat, Hello Hello, and A Stone Sat Still have received multiple starred reviews and state awards and are family and classroom favorites.
- Fans of Brendan Wenzel
- Parents, grandparents, caregivers, and educators
- Preschool and kindergarten level readers
- Anyone looking for early concept board books with compelling visuals or a fun, interactive family read-aloud book
- Gift-giving for baby showers and toddler birthdays
- Animal lovers and fans of color books like Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?; The Day the Crayons Quit; Blue Hat, Green Hat; and Press Here