What Is Your Favorite Color? / ¿Cuál Es Tu Color Favorito?

English-Spanish Bilingual Book of Colors

Children - Concept
30 Pages
Reviewed on 02/03/2021
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Author Biography

Born and raised in Queens, New York to Colombian parents, Marcela graduated cum laude with a degree in hospitality management and a minor in business administration. She worked in a luxury boutique hotel for 16 years before finally dedicating her time to writing children's books. It has been one of her dreams since the age of 13 when a book she wrote for an English class assignment was selected to be part of her school district's EZRA JACK KEATS BOOKMAKING CONTEST.

Having always been surrounded by diverse ethnicities and being repeatedly told by her mom how important education is, she tries to incorporate the two into her children's books. Although nowadays, her two young children have been giving her great, fun ideas as well.

Her dream is to ultimately educate and inspire children through her books and also put a smile on their faces. She believes they truly are our future and deserve all the best from the very beginning.

Marcela now resides in Long Island, New York with her teacher husband, Thai in-laws, and of course, her two energetic children, Krisana and Kyler.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite

The world is filled with different colors and each one is different from the other. The little boy's favorite color is red and the book shows the things that are associated with red. The little girl likes orange and readers get to know the things that are orange. Each child in the book likes a different color and that way readers get to know the things associated with each color in an engaging and fun way. Readers become familiar with Red/Rojo, Blue/Azul, Black/Negro, Purple/Morado, Orange/Naranja, Brown/Marron, Green/Verde, Pink/Rosado, White/Blanco, and Yellow/Amarillo in an interactive way. The book is bi-lingual and hence reaches a wider section of readers too.

What Is Your Favorite Color? ¿Cuál Es Tu Color Favorito? English Spanish Bi-lingual Book of Colors by Marcela Klinsrisuk is an adorable book that introduces children to colors in a fun and interactive way. The illustrations are as adorable as the book and will help children learn new colors and things associated with those colors without getting bored. It is a good book for parents and tutors to teach their children colors that are new to them and also the colors they already know. Since the book is bi-lingual it can be used in both English and Spanish classrooms and homes to make learning enjoyable. Books like this are good for children as it makes learning enjoyable and interesting, and there should be more books like this for children to get introduced to new things.