Sunday, 19 October 2014

Whats on my bookshelf?

In the last few years I have become very fond of Pantone which is a universal colour system set up by Lawrence Herbert to eliminate colour variation in printing and graphic design.  I already have the postcard collection, notebook and storage tin so I was really pleased to find that they had a children's book too!

This may seem like a strange purchase as I don't have children of my own but I couldn't help myself (plus I got it for the bargain price of £2.90 from Amazon marketplace!) I have little nieces, work in a school and one day will have children of my own but most of all I just think it's a great concept to help children learn that there are different shades to a colour.

If you have little ones who are just learning about colour, children who love art or just love colour yourself I urge you to get this book! It's bright, it's got thick card pages so it's toddler proof and it's probably the coolest children's colour book I have seen in a long time! It's a piece of graphic design for children, what more do you want in a book?

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