Book Review: Kahlo’s Koalas

Kahlo’s Koalas is a 1,2,3 count with me book.  Each number is represented by a different artist and a different animal done in the style or likeness of that artist.  It counts from 1-10 and has really great illustrations in the style of some very famous artists.  At the end of the book it features each artist and says how each artist would have painted the animals if they had the chance to.  Really fun to look at!

I received a free e-copy of this book in order to write this review. I was not otherwise compensated.  This book will be released on April 9th from Andrews McMeel Publishing.

About the Book

From Henri Matisse’s monkeys and Jackson Pollock’s poodles to Roy Lichtenstein’s llamas and Wassily Kandinsky’s kangaroos, this beautiful 1-10 counting book provides an imaginative learning experience that will delight adults and children alike.

Introduce your little one to some of the world’s best artists while teaching them their numbers 1 to 10. With illustrator Grace Helmer’s quirky renderings of animals in the style of world-famous artists, Kahlo’s Koalas extends the basic counting concept in a simple, one number, one image per spread format that introduces the smallest children to their first concept of numbers, animals and art appreciation.

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