The Random House Pop-Up Color Book with Magic Color Wheels by Albert G. Miller
I've mentioned this book before--I found it in a thrift store and wasn't sure what to think of it at first. After owning it for several months, it has become one of Juliet's very favorite reads.
A little gray bunny wishes to be another color, so he visits Jack Frost for some help.
There are a lot of flaps and pull-tabs which make it fun for a three year old. The story makes use of color-mixing--red and blue make a purple bunny; yellow and blue make him green, etc.
I saw this fun color-mixing activity idea on Mom Tried It. Juliet LOVED it! We just used an old egg carton, water, and food coloring. I placed the three primary colors in three spots and filled the rest with regular water. Juliet used her dropper to squeeze the colors and mix them.
She liked this activity so much, we've done it several times since that first day.
Do you have any favorite color books to share?
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