Explore the world of color in this die-cut board book filled with beautiful, bold creatures by author/illustrator Jane Cabrera.
This book explores all the colors of the rainbow. Each tab reveals beautiful, bold creatures in a world of color, such as indigo whales, blue skies, green crocodiles, yellow lions, orange tigers, red foxes, and more, all painted in Jane Cabrera's stunning trademark style.
Jane Cabrera is a much-loved children's illustrator and author. Her first book, Cat's Colours, was published in 1997 and since then her work has won worldwide recognition, being translated into over 25 languages. She lives in Devon with her two children and lots of pets!
Jane Cabrera's I Can See a Rainbow, is a beautiful and colourful die-cut board book that reflects the shape of a rainbow. Each page spread focuses on a colour of the rainbow and has sweet illustrations that are labelled for little ones to point out and name. Jane Cabrera has a distinctive style creating cute characters that works well for this pretty board book. Each page features a range of creatures within each colour theme. I love the rainbow shaped pages and they're also good for little fingers to turn the pages. A lovely book of colours.
– The Bookworm Baby
Baby Bookworm has boxes of toys but one of his favourite pastimes is pulling books off the shelf. Usually it is done for the sheer physical fun of throwing things about (and he has the blackened toe nail to prove it). But over the last few days, he has been crawling into his bedroom and making a beeline for his two Jane Cabrera board books - Opposites and Rainbow. Then he sits quietly and flicks through the pages. Who can blame him? They are bright and bold, with sweet animal illustrations that make him smile. Jane, who has written and illustrated more than 50 children's books over the last two decades, has a lovely warm style of drawing with a very distinct look. The books feel lovely and chunky to hold too. Rainbow is cleverly designed so that the different coloured tops of the pages form a rainbow and it's an ideal book for teaching red from blue. It also has different creatures and objects to point to and practice naming.