Readers may accompany Maisy the mouse as she counts chicks, makes noisy noises, jumps like a kangaroo, and identifies animals, colors, shapes, and sizes.
For Little Nutbrown Hare and his father, Big Nutbrown Hare, each season brings new surprises, new discoveries, and new games to play.
Little Blue and Little Yellow are best friends, but one day they can’t find each other. When they finally do, they give each other such a big hug that they turn green! How they find their true colors again concludes a wonderfully satisfying story told with colorful pieces of torn paper and very few words.
A look at different pinatas and the various colors they come in.
Pepita does not like the color pink and is dismayed to learn that it is the favorite color of the pink little girl who moves in next door.
As a child, Josef Albers loved to watch his handyman father paint houses. When Josef grew up and became an artist, he reduced each image to its simplest shapes, breaking it down into blocks of color. He made an incredible discovery: he could alter the entire mood of a painting just by changing the way he combined the colors. Josef spent his entire life studying color, and what he found revolutionized the way people look at art.
This story deals with a sensitive subject in a sensitive way on the theme of “Black is beautiful.” A little white rabbit asks a girl about the secret that will make him black–an introduction to genetics.