The Big Blue Spot by Peter Holwitz

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Once upon a time there was a spot. A big blue spot. It was all alone. Until one day . . .

Follow the big blue spot as it drips and races its way through the pages of this fun, interactive book, eventually finding just the friend it has been searching for. Told in catchy rhyming verse, this simple yet clever story introduces children to the concept of combining colors to form new ones. Who knew spots could be so much fun?

About Peter Holwitz

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Published March 10, 2003 by Philomel. 32 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Adults will be understandably wary of this, as concept books often skirt a dangerous line to dumbness or silliness, losing the point entirely.

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The Big Blue Spot is a round dollop of cerulean ink: "It doesn't do much./ Spots never do./ It spends each day/ just being blue."

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