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Yellow and red, orange and brown-- fall is full of color! But why do leaves change color? Illustrated with gorgeous watercolor and collage artwork, this nonfiction picture book introduces young readers to the science behind the many colors of leaves. With a glossary and hands-on experiments.
Provides commentary on a selection of different freehand drawings, identifying tips, techniques, and different tools to inspire readers.
As he goes through the day, Dog gains an increasing number of differently colored spots on his previously white coat.
More than two dozen colorful patterns to use to explore the building blocks of color theory and meaning.
"Baby Van Gogh is an enriching new approach to learning colors through the context of paintings by Van Gogh. This video follows the antics of Vincent Van Goat, the art-loving puppet, as he creates six masterpieces, each dedicated to a particular color. During Vincent's creative process, you and your child can explore the way colors make us feel, see the presence of colors in familiar objects and discover that paintings are combinations of many colors"--Box....
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