In a monster-infested world, Joel learns his girlfriend is just 80 miles away. by HarperCollins. I’m excited to share with my pre-K students. and Claire Freedman and Ben Cort’s Monsters Love Underpants. My children have recently started to learn about mixing paints to create different colors so this was a must-read for us. In the running for a monster related story was If You’re A Monster … There are several color "monsters" (all quite friendly looking) and they love teaching about colors and creating new ones. Im excited to share with my pre-K students. Meine Kinder liebten es und haben es direkt verstanden :) meine Empfehlung! I recommend this book for pre-k or kindergarten students, and can easily see a lesson plan on colors being implemented. You're listening to a sample of the Audible audio edition. Then when they're coloring the monster green, he says, me next! Enter Monsters Love School by Mike Austin. Scribble, scribble, scribble. Monsters Love Colors For example, yellow is the color of a howl. I really liked this color book about monsters describing colors and how two colors make another but what I really love is the movmenet that the mosnters make to make each color I can see my kids making those movements. The book ends in a several-page explosion of color—until a rainbow appears to set things (sort of) straight again. This is a fun one for teaching colors and color mixing! They scribble with crayons and slop paints, and these wild bursts of color fill the book, both endorsing and giving an object lesson in coloring-outside-the-lines experimentation. Bring your club to Amazon Book Clubs, start a new book club and invite your friends to join, or find a club that’s right for you for free. Not that this was bad, just not great. Love this book. Monsters Love Colors, is a great book to help young children with their colors. Reviewed in the United Kingdom on October 16, 2015. My go-to monster lesson for this age group has always been Where the Wild Things Are, but this year I looked for a new source of monster delights.. It was perfect for my 5 and 3 year old. All stars Text, image, video. Dog's Colorful Day: A Messy Story About Colors and Counting (Picture Puffin Books). We love this book. The book also does a great job in its use of color theory; the three main characters are primary colors (Red, Yellow and Blue) that get paired up and blended into the secondary colors of Orange, Green and Purple, giving greater detail to color concepts and adding to the child's imagination of possibilities of mixing and matching one color with another. Search. Showing 1-10 of 40 reviews. Because monsters love to make new colors! If you want simple, go with Mouse Paint. When I first started reading this, I was kind of like, ho hum, another color book--thinking that other ones have done it better. On each page, the monsters talk about there favorite colors and all of the words rhyme! [Mike Austin] -- Playful monsters combine their favorite crayons, red, yellow, and blue, to create new colors, including one never before seen. Cosplayers find matching tights, gloves and fabric to bring fantastic creatures to life. It has just enough characters to do funny voices, it has silly sounds and words in it and teaches about colors. Your kids will love this book too, unless you suck at story telling, then they may just like it. MONSTERS LOVE SCHOOL ART PROJECT. The struggle is real. just like the little kid he is. To make the … My kids are older now but this was one of their favourite books. We LOVE this book at our house. About as much fun as monsters, or kids, can have learning their colors. Great colors and fun to read "in song". He also is learning how to spell color words , and also what colors mix to make another color. Lovedddd the book. (Prices may vary for AK and HI.). 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This book a great way to introduce the fun and exciting colors of the rainbow to children and get them excited about being able to create their own colors too! Fun color by number book for ages 4 and up! It has been the book he asks for since we had it from the library. I didn't realize this is a learn to read book! Happy reading! My kids love to create books. Overall a fun and colorful story. It was perfect for my 5 and 3 year old. What I love about The Color Monster, aside from the perfectly charming monster, is that the author, Anna Llenas, names each emotion, describes it, and gives an example of how it might feel. It was very funny. Genius! It's a must read/buy!!!! The first one picks orange and the 4th, smallest monster says orange! Checked this one out of the library and after reading it I will be buying it. We read this book an average of 4-5 times a week at bed or nap time and it seems to never get old. There was a problem loading your book clubs. I used this one for a "colors" themed storytime on 7/10/18. Reviewed in the United States on August 20, 2013. The monsters are all different colors and each monsters favorite color is the color they are! Reviewed in the United States on August 5, 2018, Reviewed in the United States on May 20, 2014. Books: Plumply Dumply Pumpkin by Mary Serfozo. I absolutely loved this book!!!! Monsters Love Colors (2013) is a picture book written and illustrated by Mike Austin that cleverly uses the entire space of every page by filling the layout with massive bursts of kinetic energy … Discover the monsters behind everyday occurrences. Another fun rhyming example is: "My favorite color is RED!" The three main characters Red, Yellow and Blue take us on a fun colorful adventure that ends with a rainbow monster. This is a great starter book for learning about primary and secondary colors. Please try again. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Mike Austin is the author of A Present for Milo, a book that was originally created as a preschool app and then later published as a print picture book, as well as the picture book Monsters Love Colors. Be the first to ask a question about Monsters Love Colors. I’m sure they will love the bright colors in the illustrations and the silliness that ensues. Gray monsters gradually decide what colors they want to be and the primary colors mix those colors for them, until the last one. Monsters love colors. " Mixing red and yellow makes ORANGE!" To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we don’t use a simple average. The primary colors offer to make new ones for some little gray monsters and produce orange, green, and purple in turn. (Special Monsters Collection), Meow Meow Monster Party: Coloring and activities book. And then he finally gets his chance to choose...what will he pick? The 2nd one picks green and the littlest monster says green! Monsters Love Colors, is a beautiful, color concept book that not only teaches children about the primary colors but all of the colors of the rainbow too! For example, the yellow monster's favorite color is yellow. Awesome! Monsters of different colors that are fun and creative...and happy! The 2nd one picks green and the littlest monster says green! This book a great way to introduce the fun and exciting colors of the rainbow to children and get them. My husband joked that we should hide the book, that's how much he wants to read it! My 5 year old was able to read a sentence on each page. It is more than just another book to help children learn their colors; this book uses rhyming, is descriptive, uses fun/crazy illustrations, and teaches children how to make new favorite colors. A delightfully chaotic introduction to colors, Monsters Love Colors provides a short, fun read. The action words … Reviewed in the United States on July 5, 2014. Mixing and discovering color has never been so much fun! After messy opening scenes involving crayon-scrawling and paint-splashing, three primary-colored monsters announce their favorite colors (their own, of course). Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Monsters Love Colors by Mike Austin (2013, Hardcover) at the best online prices at eBay! When an exuberant trio of primary-coloured monsters meets three gray monsters, they "scribble, scribble, mix, dance, and wiggle" until they create bright new colours for … Each creature makes a statement about what its color stands for, without any particular logic: why red is the color of snore, yellow the color of growl, and blue the color of nibble are not explained. has been added to your Cart. So she picked that one for Family Bedtime book and we all enjoyed. And what better than mixing colors ON your friends? When our 2-year old went through a period asking to read this book ten times a day, we didn't mind. Something went wrong. I love the illustrations. Monsters Love Colors is a good companion to such favorites as Herve Tullet’s Mix It Up! and the little guy says 'hey, buddy! You learn about colors and rhyme all in 1 book. To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number. Start by marking “Monsters Love Colors” as Want to Read: Error rating book. Sure to spark the imaginative artist in everyone. Peter finds the perfect pumpkin so he and his dad can make a jack -o-lantern. “Red is the color of roar! Directed by Michael Matthews. They show how to create green (from blue and yellow), orange (from red and yellow), and purple (from blue and red) with a series of wiggles, stomps, splashes, dances, and more that my daughter loves to act out. Read more. Monsters love colours - who knew? She normalizes … I loved how smoothly bye the end he read that sentence. "MORE!" This book is awesome for teaching colors, mixing colors, counting, and giving Dad a chance to turn loose some funny voices. The pictures are great, and the story teaches kids how to make new colors (yellow and blue make...GREEN!). With many scribblings reminiscent of preschoolers the monsters declare their love for various colors starting with red, yellow, and blue. Celebrate along with the hilarious monsters in this wild and energetic picture book from author-illustrator Mike Austin. There are so many great activities in this … Top subscription boxes – right to your door, © 1996-2020, Amazon.com, Inc. or its affiliates. Monsters love sharing colors and creating with new colors. On each page, the monsters talk about there favorite colors and all of the words rhyme! Mike Austin is the author of Monsters Love Colors (3.94 avg rating, 1225 ratings, 156 reviews, published 2013), Fire Engine No. Grades K-1. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. " Mixing red and yellow makes ORANGE!" Creepy doll to wicked skulls, the perfect coloring book for the freak show weirdo. That is what prompted this Monster Blow Painting Book Activity for Kids. Colors Printable Book Directions: This book is super easy to prep! The biggest strength of the book is that it the colors and drawings grab your attention and should get young minds instantly engaged and interested in the color concepts of the book. Now my 3 year was able to practice his color recognition . Great book for introducing colour mixing with my class. After viewing product detail pages, look here to find an easy way to navigate back to pages you are interested in. Reviewed in the United States on July 11, 2013. --Connie Fletcher, Color By Numbers - Space - Math Activity Book For Kids (Math Coloring Book), Scribble Stickers Book-14 Sheets over 1400 stickers, Eyes, Mouths and Fun Accessories, A Little SPOT Stays Home: A Story About Viruses And Safe Distancing, How to Draw for Minecrafters: A Step by Step Easy Guide (An Unofficial Minecraft Book). Monsters Love Colors The monsters identify their favorite colors in the book. . Better books that describe the color-mixing process include Ellen Stoll Walsh's Mouse Paint (Harcourt, 1989) and Arnold Lobel's The Great Blueness and Other Predicaments (Harper & Row, 1968).-Grace Oliff, Ann Blanche Smith School, Hillsdale, NJα(c) Copyright 2011.