Playful poems and facts celebrate the colors of the rainbow in this beautiful nonfiction picture book.
Orange you sweet? Orange you plump and juicy? Orange you my favorite fruit?
Hey - you’re a tangerine!
With information about the science of sight and perception, pigment origins in art and textiles, colloquial expressions and word associations, there's so much to see in each vivid spread—a wonderfully sensory read.
- GODWIN BOOKS -
"Paschkis' gouache-on-paper illustrations are elegant, playful, and expressively variable from page to page—each spread displays a new style and mood . . . Full to bursting, juicy, never jammed." —Kirkus Reviews onVivid: Poems & Notes About Color
"This is a celebration in text and art of words, of language, and of the spaces between and their possibilities. . . . Kids will savor it however they meet it." -The Bulletin,starred review, onFlutter and Hum / Aleteo y Zumbido
"Paschkis shows herself to be a sensitive observer of the animal kingdom, as well as of language itself, finding humor, eccentricities, and unexpected connections in both." -Publishers Weekly,starred review, onFlutter and Hum / Aleteo y Zumbido
"Endings don't get any happier than in this global tour de force." -School Library Journal,starred review, onGlass Slipper, Gold Sandal
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