Books Kids Fiction The Berenstain Bears: God Made the Colors

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4+
Release Date
February 05, 2013
ISBN
978-0310725077
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Red, yellow, blue, and more, the Bear cubs take a color tour! Bear Country comes alive with color as Brother and Sister teach us about God's colorful world. Written in simple rhyme and classic Berenstain rhythm, level one readers will enjoy this tour of Bear Country.

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Join Brother and Sister Bear as they talk about all the colors that God has made for us to enjoy. This adorable book is a fun read for the entire family. Not only does the book have rhyme and rhythm, but it also discusses the secondary colors you get when mixing primary colors. It's a fun read plus a lesson all in one.

This is a great book to use for science with young children. You could easily have them find colors in the world around them, or even have some fun mixing colors to see what you get! Plus this book praises God for the wonders of the beautiful colors all around us. The book even talks about how we are all different colors as well.

The Berenstain Bears series is a staple in our household. Each book teaches a lesson, and is a great conversation starter for our family. I highly recommend this book for all families. This particular book is an I Can Read Book 1, which is wonderful for beginning readers.
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Cute rhyming book on colors

Join Brother and Sister Bear as they talk about all the colors that God has made for us to enjoy. This adorable book is a fun read for the entire family. Not only does the book have rhyme and rhythm, but it also discusses the secondary colors you get when mixing primary colors. It's a fun read plus a lesson all in one.

This is a great book to use for science with young children. You could easily have them find colors in the world around them, or even have some fun mixing colors to see what you get! Plus this book praises God for the wonders of the beautiful colors all around us. The book even talks about how we are all different colors as well.

The Berenstain Bears series is a staple in our household. Each book teaches a lesson, and is a great conversation starter for our family. I highly recommend this book for all families. This particular book is an I Can Read Book 1, which is wonderful for beginning readers.

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