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Pantone: Box of Color 6 Mini Board Books!

Pantone: Box of Color

6 Mini Board Books!

  • ISBN: 9781419704192
  • Publication Date: November 1, 2012


Board Book
Price: $15.99

Explore the world of colors with Pantone: Box of Color, a set of six interactive board books from the authorities on color.

“Pleasingly tactile variations of six colors.” ―Wall Street Journal

“Smart and well-designed, showcase subtle shades of six colors.” ―Publishers Weekly

Featuring one book for each of the six colors of the rainbow—red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and purple—this beautifully packaged box set of chunky board books brims with gorgeous PANTONE swatches. Most children’s books about color offer only a few basic hues, but Pantone: Box of Color offers subtle variations that show the many shades each color has.

Simple text prompts readers to label objects and observe lighter and darker shades of the same color family, promoting a new way of noticing the colorful—and surprising—world around us. Young readers will marvel at the peek-through die-cuts that transform as they turn the page.

In 1963, Pantone revolutionized the printing industry with the colorful PANTONE MATCHING SYSTEM®, an innovative tool allowing for the faithful selection, articulation, and reproduction of consistent, accurate color anywhere in the world. Today, PANTONE serves not only as the premier color authority in trends, but as a consumer brand in apparel, housewares, accessories, arts and crafts, stationery and office supplies, home furnishings, and apps, offering products inspired by their signature chip design.

An iconic name in graphic design, fashion, publishing, and more, Pantone offers consumer products inspired by the signature Pantone chip design. Collect all the Abrams Pantone books to infuse your child’s bookshelf with a rainbow of bold colors and patterns!

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"Pleasingly tactile variations of six colors."
Wall Street Journal

"The books, which are smart and well-designed, showcase subtle shades of six colors (red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and purple), while die-cuts do double duty as they introduce basic objects."
Publishers Weekly

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