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Spotty, Stripy, Swirly: What Are Patterns? by Jane Brocket

When something is repeated or set out in a special order, it creates a pattern. Patterns can be made with shapes, colors, objects, and numbers. Making patterns and spotting them is fun. Let’s look around to see what patterns we can find!

With this series, British blogger and crafter Jane Brocket brings the qualities for which she is known—vivid colors, beautiful photographs, and engaging writing—to children’s books. Her fresh approach to basic concepts will delight young children, parents, librarians, and teachers.

Spotty, Stripy, Swirly: What Are Patterns? is part of a series we featured during our feature of it’s publisher, Lerner Publishing Group. The author and photographer Jane Brocket is a favorite of ours for non-fiction picture books. This is definitely a fun and insightful series kiddos will love!

Other books in this series:

Pick Up Spotty, Stripy, Swirly: What Are Patterns? by Jane Brocket:

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Interested in learning more about our feature “The Year of the Picture Book“? Please check out our opening post and be sure to leave your recommendations as well as links on that post. Thank you so much for your participation!

5 Responses to The Year of the Picture Book – Spotty, Stripy, Swirly: What Are Patterns? by Jane Brocket

  1. Gina says:

    This is the first I’ve heard of this series but I’m loving the simple yet whimsical titles…and the myriad of colors on the cover is wonderful!

  2. RT @the1stdaughter: The Year of the Picture Book – Spotty, Stripy, Swirly: What Are Patterns? by Jane Brocket:
    http://t.co/P0R3xiH1 #kidlit

  3. Oh how fun! I want to read this one.

  4. RT @the1stdaughter: The Year of the Picture Book – Spotty, Stripy, Swirly: What Are Patterns? by Jane Brocket:
    http://t.co/eQy5rsE8 #kidlit

  5. Emily says:

    Okay these books look GORGEOUS! I teacher students with autism and we do a lot of work on expanding vocabulary and on exposure to different concepts so they would love these. Add in the vivid photos for illustrations and they’ll be hooked! Thanks for highlighting these books, I definitely want my own copies now. 😀

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