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What Colour Is Your World?

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A classic by a graphic designer which encourages children to look at the world of colours - and the world around them - in a new way.
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published June 11th 2008 by Phaidon Press (first published April 30th 2008)
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Su Linn
Bought this for my toddler son. It's not a STORY book, but we like the colours, and the illustrations make for good conversation. I especially like how the book explores perspectives and difference through various surprising and unexpected contexts, all set in bold type and visuals.
I ordered this book on a whim for my teacher lists various professions and the color of the world for each (gardeners see the world as green) but artists can grow blue cabbages.
I anticipate using this in the classroom.
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