The Colors

The Colors

Book - 1993
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A little mouse trapped in a book discovers what colors are.
Publisher: Mankato, Minn. : Creative Editions, 1993.
ISBN: 9781568460758
1568460759
Branch Call Number: E FICTION Felix M.
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) :,col. ill. ;,18 cm.

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forbesrachel Sep 07, 2013

A clever approach to teaching about the primary colours, and which ones combine to make the secondary ones. The mouse starts out on a pure white page, which is how any piece of art starts out, blank. Like the other mouse books, he chews threw the paper, and this time discovers a paint set. As he plays with the paints, he himself becomes painted too. The book is entirely wordless, and its charm is in the actions of the mouse, but as is the case with the others, just because there is nothing to read, does not mean there is nothing to learn.

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