Children will delight in watching a rainbow appear as they turn the pages of this beautiful book. Each colour is accompanied by a piece of the story.
This is another lovely book if you are looking to add something a little bit special to your child's book collection.
There is a lovely ribbon rainbow that is created as you read the book, with each page adding a new colour, until the end where there is a big pop-up rainbow!
To go with the pretty rainbow that is created, each page has the same colour theme, with a different child helping their friend paint the colours of the rainbow.
If you buy this book, wait until your child is past the tearing and pulling stage... as I doubt the ribbons would hold any serious strain!
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