Baby's First Concept Board Book Series | 赖斯博士经典早教启蒙纸板书系列（3册）
Author / Illustrator: John J. Reiss
Translated from: United States
Young children generally prefer bold, primary colours and high contrasts in graphic layouts that evoke exploration and discovery. Bright, bold illustrations are widely used in these First Concept board books to engage them. These first learning books encourage children to build the vocabulary and language skills that form the foundation of early education.
Explore all the colours of the rainbow in this First Concept board book.
From red lobsters, yellow baby chicks, to brown puppy-dog tails, this book is filled with bright pops of colour that jump off the page, showing a variety of objects. An engaging way to introduce first colours, this board book is perfect for little ones to read with their parents.
Discover all kinds of shapes in this First Concept board book.
Follow a curious fox and his little friend as he explores what fun objects circles, triangles, ovals and rectangles can make. Each shape is introduced and shown in a variety of sizes. The following spread gives examples of the shapes in the real world, such as windows and doors. The book also attempts to explain three-dimensional objects that can be formed from each shape.
Count from 1 to 1,000 in this First Concept board book.
From kites, cakes, and candy kisses, young readers can count from 1 to 1,000 using illustrations of fun, familiar objects. Each page depicts a numeral, starting with one boy, two socks, three traffic lights and going up to 20, after which it counts by 10s (30 fingers, 40 flowers) up to 100 before skipping to 1,000 (raindrops). Each page also features the actual number of items shown (e.g., 90 gum balls and 100 centipede legs), which will encourage another layer of active learning.