Little Learners is a gorgeous new range of books from Parragon aimed at babies and toddlers. With different styles of books in the range from nursery rhymes, peek a boo books and simple colour/shape recognition books, we were given a colours book to see what they were like and share our thoughts on this new series of books.
Red Fish, Yellow Fish is a board book, with really thick solid pages, perfect for little fingers. What I really like, that I haven’t seen before is the finger holes at the bottom right corner of the book, which makes it much easier for little ones to hold and turn the page.
This is a colour recognition book, which gives the opportunity for little ones to learn and practice their colours. It also focuses on sealife, so the child also gets to learn about animals that live in the sea, thus learning two things at once.
I like the simple, cute drawings that are bright enough to catch little ones eyes and draw them into the objects. With creatures such as crabs, starfish, octopus and many others to look at, all put into pairs of different colours, there is lots to learn, and this makes it a great starter book for little people!
All reviews are my own and my family’s opinions and we received the book in order to write the review.