These two digital books are full of colourful illustrations, each one with a Twirlywoo character.
The colours book is very bright and will appeal to most young children. The splash of colour has its name written on it so that children can begin to associate the colour with its spelling. The final pages depict a rainbow, which gives a perfect pictorial summary of the colours shown before. Each colour features a Twirlywoo antic.
The numbers book is equally bright and possibly a little busy for children unfamiliar with numbers. Each number is written in the numerical form and then alphabetically with colourful pictures of the items counted. The words and illustrations reinforce the number in the child’s mind, and they can count the things as well. If your children like the funny antics of the Twirlywoos, this is a fun way to introduce colours and numbers to them.
I received a copy of this book from Harper Collins UK Children’s via NetGalley in return for an honest review.
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