My Crayons Talk by Patricia Hubbard

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Colors, feelings, images, and words jostle and bounce off one another in this lively picture book, creating as much fun as any box of crayons has ever had.
 

About Patricia Hubbard

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Patricia Hubbard lives with her husband on the shores of the Columbia River in Washington State.G. Brian Karas has illustrated many best-selling books for children. He lives in Rhinebeck, New York.
 
Published March 15, 1999 by Square Fish. 32 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Humor & Entertainment, Sports & Outdoors, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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nevertheless, here's a book of simple rhymes about what crayons ``say'' to a small girl: ``Brown sings, `Play,/Mud-pie day./' Blue calls, `Sky,/Swing so high.' '' It's a playful idea, executed with verses keyed to the lives of preschoolers.

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A dozen crayons, each being true to their respective colors, talk to a little girl as she draws pictures. Ages 4-7. (May)

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A dozen crayons, each being true to their respective colors, talk to a little girl as she draws pictures. Ages 4-7. (May)

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