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ISBN:
0689715927
Author:
Keiko Narahashi,Mary Serfozo
Category:
Early Learning
Language:
English
Publisher:
Aladdin (March 30, 1992)
Pages:
32 pages
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1595 kb
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1936 kb
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1309 kb
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Rating:
4.9
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691


Series: Aladdin Books. Publisher: Aladdin (March 30, 1992). I read the book to my first grade class along with other color books in my White Rabbit Color Book Unit during the first two weeks of school

Series: Aladdin Books. I read the book to my first grade class along with other color books in my White Rabbit Color Book Unit during the first two weeks of school. Who Said Red? fits beautifully in with the writing and art projects I do in the unit. One person found this helpful.

Aladdin Books) (9780689715921) by Mary Serfozo and a great selection of similar New, Used . Items related to Who Said Red? (Aladdin Books)

Items related to Who Said Red? (Aladdin Books). Mary Serfozo Who Said Red? (Aladdin Books). ISBN 13: 9780689715921. Who Said Red? (Aladdin Books). Narahashi's soft watercolor illustrations depict views of farm life, focusing on animals, foods, and everyday people and objects when the text calls for specific color identification. Each overview spread includes the objects which will be seen in a close-up, so that children can sense the relationships of the specific to the general.

Serfozo, Mary; Narahashi, Keiko, il. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.

Serfozo, Mary; Narahashi, Keiko, ill. Publication date. A dialogue between two speakers, one of whom must keep insisting on an interest in the color red, introduces that hue as well as green, blue, yellow, and others. Uploaded by loader-MarcusG on April 9, 2010.

Mary Serfozo, Keiko Narahashi (Illustrator). The text style is a plain font, not large enough Who Said Red by Mary Serfozo is a concept book meant to be read to young children

Mary Serfozo, Keiko Narahashi (Illustrator). The text style is a plain font, not large enough Who Said Red by Mary Serfozo is a concept book meant to be read to young children. The accompanying illustrations are done in a water color style with a very warm and "summertime" feel to them.

Mary Serfozo is the author of several picture books, including Who Said Red? and What's What? A Guessing Game, both illustrated by Keiko Narahashi. She and her husband have two children and three grandchildren, and live in a solar home in Paso Robles, California. About The Illustrator. Publisher: Aladdin (February 1, 2000). ISBN13: 9780689833229. Thank you for signing up, fellow book lover! Tell us what you like, so we can send you books you'll love.

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Since writing Who Said Red?, Serfozo has created a number of concept books for younger children, her simple texts .

Since writing Who Said Red?, Serfozo has created a number of concept books for younger children, her simple texts enhanced by illustrators such as Keiko Narahashi, Valeria Petrone, Jos. A. Smith, Nancy Poydar, and Jeffrey Scherer. Another collaboration between Serfozo and Narahashi, What's What?: A Guessing Game, posits simple questions followed by a three-line poem that illustrates basic concepts while leading to a surprise ending. In Publishers Weekly, a critic cited the book's "simple text" and "appealing watercolors," while Hazel Rochman concluded in Booklist that the "story, ideas, design, and illustrations work beautifully together.

A charmingly simple rhyming concept book from the team behind Rain Talk . The answer is a puppy whose nails are hard, & nose is wet and cold.

A charmingly simple rhyming concept book from the team behind Rain Talk (1990) about opposite qualities that all culminate in one lovable creature. cream is cold,'' & are warm,'' and & are short,'' but & soft and hard and warm and cold and wet and dry and long and short and light and dark all at the same time?'' The answer is a puppy whose nails are hard, & nose is wet and cold. A charmingly simple rhyming concept book from the team behind Rain Talk (1990) about opposite qualities that all culminate in one lovable creature.

I said RED!" says the little boy out playing on the farm with his older sister. Who Said Red? Aladdin Books. izen: Keiko Narahashi. A leaf, a tree, a green bean green .

"I SAID RED!" says the little boy out playing on the farm with his older sister. "You don't mean green? Look, here is green..." she teases. "A pickle green. A big frog green. A leaf, a tree, a green bean green."

But the boy means RED. "A cherry, berry, very red."

They romp through the pages, from "blue jean blue" to "yellow, bright and mellow..." and on to purple, brown, orange, pink and black...

But through it all, the boy SAID RED!

  • Biaemi
I don't know why this is out of print -- a beautiful, imaginative book. Wonderful to read for toddlers.
  • Saberdragon
Love this author and illustrator duo. We have this one and the charming onomontopeaic Rain Talk. My 2 year old lover them both!
  • Mr.Twister
The lyrical words and repetitive text are perfect for reading aloud with young children. The stunning illustrations tell a story of their own...be sure to look closely.
  • LØV€ YØỮ
A bit boring, even for a 4 year old
  • Dalarin
great book
  • Arashigore
I read the book to my first grade class along with other color books in my White Rabbit Color Book Unit during the first two weeks of school. Who Said Red? fits beautifully in with the writing and art projects I do in the unit.
  • LONUDOG
I bought it used, but it didn't say a page was ripped. I was disappointed in my purchase. The content was good.
This book is OK. It does introduce colors, and talks about different things you may see that are blue, red, yellow, etc. But the book constantly repeats "Did you say___?" "No, I said red!" And there is no reason given for the context. You can't even really tell if the boy or girl in the story is saying which part. So when I read it to my kids we discuss how the conversation probably began. So I guess it is a teachable moment. Preschool to maybe kindergarten age book, no older than that.