Three Ghost Friends eat, change colors, dance, jump, and play. A story to teach primary and secondary colors to young children. This book is for children ages 2-5 and teaches primary colors, secondary colors, and color mixing.
Review for the iBookstore: Cute little story, with easy-to-draw characters. There's a lot of color information packed into a simple format, and the book does exactly what it promises. I see a ton of potential for its use in preschool, primary art classes, and at home to foster creativity and spark experimentation.
Three Ghost Friends: Learn About Opposites
Three Ghost Friends learn about many opposites as they play. A story to teach opposites to young children. This book is for children ages 2-5.
Review for the iBookstore: Easy and challenging for a preschooler at the same time. Once the opposites are mastered, reading the text is next. My favorite of the three ghost books!
Summary: Three Ghost Friends play hide-and-go-seek at a campground. A story to teach shapes to young children. This book is for children ages 2-6 and teaches the shapes; circle, square, triangle, oval, rectangle, and trapezoid.
Review from the iBookstore: My daughter and I read this book together. She really liked it a lot. I like the author's approach to teaching shapes. So simple it's beautiful.
Three Ghost Friends: Learn About the ABCs - Halloween Edition
It is Halloween. Three Ghost Friends hope finding costumes that match will be as easy as ABC. But, will they agree on costumes before they get to XYZ? This book is for children ages 2-7 and teaches the alphabet and categorization.
Review for the iBookstore: Eric VanRaepenbusch has a great way of making learning fun. This time he tackles the ABCs with a Halloween theme and a "one of these things is not like the other" twist. I have to confess that I get the Three Ghost Friends for myself because they're so darn cute and silly. Oh, yeah, the grandkids have been enjoying them, too. A few minutes with TGF and they practically have the books memorized!