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Children's literature--Lexington: Concept Books

Lists of book recommendations by age, award-winners, and special topics can be found in this guide.

What Is a Concept Book?

Concept books are a special group of picture books that are, "designed to explain an idea, object, or activity" (Lynch-Brown, 1999).

The library has concept books about subjects like:

  • counting
  • shapes
  • time
  • the alphabet 
  • color

Source:

Lynch-Brown, C. (1999). Essentials of Children's Literature. Boston: Allyn and Bacon.

Alphabet Books

General Concept Books

Color Books

Opposite Books

Counting, Math, and Time Books

Shape Books

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