Butterfly Colors and Counting by Jerry Pallotta

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In this board book by Jerry Pallotta, award-winning author of several alphabet and counting books for young children, readers will learn how to count to ten while learning the colors of the rainbow—plus some fun patterns as a bonus. Shennen Bersani’s realistic and colorful art depicts ten real butterfly species, both common and rare, from around the world.

BUTTERFLY COLORS AND COUNTING is a perfect companion to Pallotta’s three previous board books, THE ICKY BUG COUNTING BOARD BOOK, THE ICKY BUG ALPHABET BOARD BOOK, and THE OCEAN ALPHABET BOARD BOOK. Little hands will enjoy browsing this book on their own—and learning their colors and numbers along the way.
 

About Jerry Pallotta

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Jerry Pallotta is an award-winning author of children's alphabet books and imaginative fiction, including The Icky Bug Alphabet Book; The Construction Alphabet Book; Who Will Be My Valentine This Year? (Scholastic, 2011); and Apple Fractions (Cartwheel, 2003). Jerry lives in Boston, Massachusetts. Award-winning children's book illustrator Shennen Bersani (Astro the Steller Sea Lion, Fall 2010) has two million copies of her books cherished and read by families throughout the world. She has been a freelance illustrator since 1989. She works primarily with colored pencils, sometimes using a mixed-media technique of colored pencils, crayons, and paint. Her art delivers a unique blend of realism, heartfelt emotion, and life lessons for children of all ages. In addition to The Glaciers Are Melting! and Astro: the Steller Sea Lion for Sylvan Dell, she has illustrated a number of best selling books, including, Nana, What's Cancer?; Snakes: Long, Longer, Longest; Ocean Counting: Odd Numbers and My Sister, Alicia May. Her art also appears in many magazines, newspapers, and publications. Shennen lives with her family near Boston, Massachusetts.
 
Published February 1, 2013 by Charlesbridge. 10 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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A lovely and simple concept book covering counting and colors for the youngest butterfly spotters.

Feb 13 2013 | Read Full Review of Butterfly Colors and Counting

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Given the diverse coloration of butterflies, they’re a natural way to introduce to the concept of color, which is covered in this board book that also counts from one to 10. Examples include three clo

Feb 11 2013 | Read Full Review of Butterfly Colors and Counting

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