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Los colores de los alimentos (food)

De los arándanos a la remolacha · Los colores cuentan una historia

by Joyce Markovics


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A banana's peel turns from green to bright yellow. Its color let's us know that it's sweet and ripe. Tan-colored dough bakes in a hot oven, turning crispy and golden brown. Now it's ready to eat! Simple yet captivating text will help early readers learn about different colors and what they reveal about the delicious food we eat. Each 24-page book features controlled text with age-appropriate vocabulary and simple sentence construction. Stunning photos closely align with descriptive text that will grab kids' attention. While practicing their reading skills, emergent readers won't be able to stop turning the pages as they learn about colors.

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Bearport Publishing
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Los colores cuentan una historia


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Los colores de los alimentos (food)
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