Jane Foster’s Brown Bear Color Book

Author: Jane Foster

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ISBN: 9781499803303

Publisher: Little Bee Books

Binding: Board Book

Year Distributed: 2019 - 2020

Availability: Current Books

Themes/Topics: Animals, Colors

In this colorful board book, children will be introduced to bold, vibrant images, such as red socks, orange starfish, yellow bees, green frogs, blue whales, purple kites, and more! Die-cuts on each page slowly reveal Brown Bear and also turn into a rainbow-colored flower on the last spread!


Age Group 15 months

What’s Happening at this Age

  • Showing you how much they love reading by carrying books around and handing books to you to read
  • Answering questions by pointing with one finger, like when you ask, “Where is the squirrel?”
  • Recognizing when a book is upside down
  • Beginning to show empathy, like looking sad when viewing a picture of another child crying

Your toddler is able to communicate a great deal with a small but growing vocabulary! Their ability to point at objects to gain your attention is a huge milestone that tells you they’re aware that you have a perspective that’s different from their own. This is called “shared attention” and it’s an important part of communicating and caring for others. Books about friends and family are very interesting to your toddler and talking together about what you’re reading will increase your child’s learning.

Click here to see a full list of milestones for your 15-month-old as well as tips and activities for you and your toddler!

Why did we select this book?

Your child's world is full of color, from green peas to purple grapes. We chose this book not only to help you talk about colors, but more importantly, for you to easily explore each of the featured pictures with your child. What conversation can you have about a red sock or a spotted ladybug? Can you talk about the color of your socks? Can you crawl your fingers up your child's arm like a ladybug? Let your child explore the hole in the middle of the page if they want to. Once they discover it, you may have a hard time reading the book in order. No worries! Each page holds many conversation starters, and the final page holds the best of book surprises.


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