From Publishers Weekly
Two books in the Slide 'N' Seek series by Chuck Murphy also feature sliding covers and pages. In Colors, children slide open a color square to discover an animal associated with that color. For example, a red square with different shaped circles provides clues to the ladybug hidden underneath; an orange striped square slides open to reveal a tiger. In Counting, a large numeral accompanies the number spelled out on each page. Youngsters slide open the numeral five to discover five jeweled rings and underneath 10, the last page, are 10 blocks with the numbers 1-10, so they can review the numbers all over again. (Mar.)
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From Kirkus Reviews
This entry in the Razzle Dazzle series (which covers Numbers, Shapes, and Opposites as well) may show that all that glitters is not necessarily captivating. Every page shows traditional objects associated with a specific color: a red strawberry, a yellow duck, a blue sky. A few of the items are less standard: A pink eraser and blue jeans are among the more novel choices. One picture on each page is backed with tinsel paper, e.g., the red truck looks as if it has a metallic paint job. Babies may enjoy the ``multimedia'' experience--the paper is not only glittery-looking, but slick to the touch and makes a crinkling noise when poked. Otherwise, the book is a little short of a complete rainbow. (Board book. 3-6) -- Copyright ©1997, Kirkus Associates, LP. All rights reserved.