Written by Stella Blackstone
Illustrated by Caroline Mockford
Narrated by Xanthe Gresham Knight
Red, orange, yellow . . . discover the colors with help from Cleo! This poetic rhyming journey follows Cleo as she encounters familiar objects, each with its own color. Simple pictures at the end reinforce color learning.
- Product Dimensions: 6.70 x 6.50 inches
- Page Count: 22 pages
- Format: Board Book with online access (Online access for you to listen to the narration)
- Ages Range: 1-4 years
- EARLY LEARNING (COLORS): Reinforces color names of familiar objects and primary, secondary and tertiary colors.
- NEW AUDIO: Includes access to captivating audio narration of the story by professional storyteller Xanthe Gresham.
- SERIES: The beloved Cleo the Cat series offers a number of accessible and charming board books for young ones to explore.
- ENDEARING ILLUSTRATIONS: Caroline Mockford's bold, toddler-friendly illustrations are a perfect complement to the simple text.
Awards & Accolades
“Cleo the ginger cat is back in these board book versions from Barefoot Books. Each book features bright colors and bold, dark lines as it introduces the alphabet, the numbers one through ten, and ten basic colors . . . World renowned English storyteller X. G. Knight perfectly paces the reading and includes select sound effects that add to the fun” – The School Library Journal
Written by - Stella Blackstone
Award-winning author Stella Blackstone has written many of Barefoot's best-selling titles, including the Bear series and the Cleo the Cat series. She has been writing for children for over twenty years. Stella lives in Somerset, UK.
Illustrated by - Caroline Mockford
Caroline Mockford gained a degree in fine art from Norwich School of Art, England, before completing a teacher training course at Goldsmith's College, London. She went on to work as an art teacher and as an elementary school teacher, as well as and author and illustrator of children's books.
Narrated by - Xanthe Gresham Knight
Xanthe Gresham Knight is an acclaimed writer and storyteller who performs across Europe and North America and who, according to the Arts Council of England, "speaks like a woman spitting jewels." Xanthe lives in East Sussex, England.