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A Color Game for Chester Raccoon
by Audrey Penn
Chester the raccoon and his friends have a game that they can play any time--looking for each of the colors in whatever they see.
Series -
Chester Racoon
Butterfly Colors and Counting
by Jerry Pallotta
Count the butterflies from one to ten. Learn their colors, then count again!
Colors.
by Say and Play
This colorful book has a rainbow of children's favorites, all displayed in attractive photos and clear captions/labels.
Mouse Paint
by Ellen Stoll Walsh
Three white mice discover jars of red, blue, and yellow paint and explore the world of color.
My Turn to Learn: Colors
by Natalie Marshall
Explore bright colors with Bunny's garden.
Orange Pear Apple Bear
by Emily Gravett
Explores concepts of color, shape, and food using only five simple words, as a bear juggles and plays.
Quiet Bunny's Many Colors
by Lisa McCue
Quiet Bunny loves the beautiful colors of springtime in the forest so much, he wants to change his fur's winter colors.
Series -
Quiet Bunny
Red Apple, Green Pear: a Book of Colors
by  Scholastic
Color photographs of fruit introduce toddlers to basic colors. Includes a tip for reinforcing color recognition with young children.
Series -
Rookie Toddler
Richard Scarry's All the Colors of Busytown!.
by Richard Scarry
Huckle Cat paints all the colors of Busytown--a red fire engine, a purple plum, an orange pumpkin, and many others.
Spot's Favorite Colors
by Eric Hill
Spot displays his favorite objects representing different colors, from his red sailboat and his yellow sandcastle to his green telephone and purple book.
Summertime Rainbow
by Belle Yang
In this story presented in both English and Chinese, bunnies hop through the meadow on a beautiful summer day, spotting blue sky, white clouds, yummy green grass, and other colorful sights.
The Game of Red, Yellow and Blue
by Herve Tullet
Purple square, green circle and orange triangle are looking for their parents. Help them find their families and learn about what happens when red, yellow and blue get mixed up.
Updated 05/08/2014
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