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A Color of His Own by Leo Lionni
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Feb 20, 2012

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This book has selected to make each beautiful color mean something specific. They use very bright and electrifying colors to really give us that happy mood.There are really no boarders throughout. The book is squared shaped, so it neither landscape or portrait. This book, as well as in "where the wild things are" have the characters facing to the right throughout the first part of the book, then at the and they are facing the other way, in order to draw attention to the climax. There are many different views throughout this book, one being a birds eye view. I feel like the pictures and the text work together. But one without the other would not be ideal for this book.

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