Colors Everywhere by Tana Hoban

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"In this wordless picture book....Attention-grabbing color photographs float in the middle of each page, accompanied by a color graph that pictorially represents the proportions of the various colors found in each picture. The result is an engaging color game with many uses. Very young children will enjoy naming the pictured objects, while older readers will be drawn into exploring the colors' varying tones. A book children will come back to over and over." -- Horn Book.

 

About Tana Hoban

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Tana Hoban's photographs have been exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art in New York and in galleries around the world. She has won many gold medals and prizes for her work as a photographer and filmmaker. Her books for children are known and loved throughout the world.
 
Published May 31, 1995 by Greenwillow Books. 32 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Hoban (Spirals, Curves, Fanshapes and Lines, 1992, etc.) wordlessly introduces children to the rich color palettes around them in an ingenious way.

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In this eye-popping book, Hoban's brilliant photographs portray the world around us as a glad cascade of colors. Pictures of underwater fish, a jar of jellybeans, market scenes and party games burst w

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In this eye-popping book, Hoban's brilliant photographs portray the world around us as a glad cascade of colors.

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