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In this unique introduction to COLORS, "A First Discovery Book, " young children can watch yellow and blue become green, red and yellow become orange, and more - right before their eyes!
Hardcover, 24 pages
Published October 1st 1991 by Scholastic (first published 1989)
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Mar 31, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Colors is a really great book for young children. If I enjoyed it then I know that children will. It talks about all different types of colors and how to mix colors together. I loved how it allowed the reader to explore and see what two colors make when mixed together. This is also a good book for young readers because the words are very simple, yet fun at the same time. I would recommend this book to beginning readers to children with learning disabilities, or to children who are just learning ...more
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Enjoyable and instructive for pre-schoolers.
Annabel Rodriguez
Aug 26, 2017 rated it it was amazing
(Review by 6.5 yo)

You can color change. There's a piece of paper that has a color on it and you flip the clear piece of paper with color on it. Blue and yellow makes green.
Charlotte Francoise
Mar 01, 2015 rated it liked it
This book takes a technical approach to colors, explaining the ROYGBIV rainbow spectrum and how mixing primary colors makes secondary colors.

I like that kids can use the cellophane pages to overlay colors to actually test the "mixing."

(I personally feel that the Indigo/violet part of ROYGBIV is probably outdated and should just be replaced with Purple but this book introduces us to those colors and then only mentions violet, leaving poor indigo out of the conversation altogether.)

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Bethany Sutherland
Colors is a book about the different colors. You have your normal plain colors, but when you mix colors, a new color will be made. For example, if you mix blue and yellow, then you will get green. City buildings are colorful, but when cast shadows of black and gray. When looking at colors surround by different colored flowers, they appear to be different shades. You can make a color lighter by adding white or darker by adding gray.

I liked this book because of the pictures.

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