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Who hid it? —Gomi, Tarō.

Colorful illustrations display a familiar object and the simple text asks: "Who hid the ... ?" It is answered by looking at the page on the right with its whole picture in which the object has been camouflaged.

The numberlys —Joyce, William, 1957- author, illustrator.

Before the alphabet was invented, life was very orderly though not so exciting until five friends set out to create something new.

Willy can count —Rockwell, Anne F.

While outdoors, Willy and his mother observe and count a number of colorful objects, encompassing everything from shirt buttons and haystacks to birds and bugs.

The life I'm in —Flake, Sharon G., author.

In The Skin I'm In, readers saw into the life of Maleeka Madison, a teen who suffered from the ridicule she received because of her dark skin color. For decades fans have wanted to know the fate of the bully who made Mal...

Sugar white snow and evergreens : a winter wonderland of color —Chernesky, Felicia Sanzari.

"Verses follow a bear family as they visit a maple-sugaring farm and notice a variety of colours in their surroundings"--Provided by publisher.

Tails —Van Fleet, Matthew, author.

Rhyming text, textured illustrations, lift-up flaps, and scratch-and-sniff spots teach about animal names, shapes, colors, and numbers, one to ten.

Colorasaurus —Bryant, Megan E.

Colorful dinosaurs romp through the prehistoric world.

Yellow is my color star —Horacek, Judy.

Celebrates all the colours of the world, especially yellow.

A corner of white —Moriarty, Jaclyn.

Fourteen-year-old Madeleine of Cambridge, England, struggling to cope with poverty and her mother's illness, and fifteen-year-old Elliot of the Kingdom of Cello in a parallel world where colors are villainous and his fat...

The day the crayons quit —Daywalt, Drew.
Braille
2013
Availability: 1 of 1

When Duncan arrives at school one morning, he finds a stack of letters, one from each of his crayons, complaining about how he uses them.

The day the crayons came home —Daywalt, Drew, author.
Braille
2015
Availability: 1 of 1

One day, Duncan is happily coloring with his crayons when a stack of postcards arrives in the mail from his former crayons, each of which has run away or been left behind, and all of which want to come home.

The Prince's new pet —Anderson, Brian, 1974-

In a gray and colorless kingdom, the Prince receives an unusual, colorful new pet for his birthday.

Orange —Salzmann, Mary Elizabeth, 1968-

Simple text and photographs present a variety of orange things, including a pumpkin, ball, and life jacket.

Hallelujah! : a Christmas celebration —Nikola-Lisa, W.

Describes the plum-purple sky, yew-green hills, silver strands of moonlight, and other colorful things which provide the setting for the birth of a black baby Jesus.

White Rabbit's colors —Baker, Alan, 1951- author.

White Rabbit hops from one paint pot to another, changing colors as he goes, until he ends up brown.

Follow me! —Gerstein, Mordicai.

A herd of hungry ducks, along with two geese, become completely lost while trying to find their way home for dinner. Each bird is of a different color.

Skin : a novel —Napoli, Donna Jo, 1948- author.

Sixteen-year-old Sep stares into the bathroom mirror on the first day of school. It's not some weird lipstick, she didn't bump her lips or chew on ice. Her lips are just--white. In a panic, she digs up an old lipstick an...

Red, yellow, blue (and a dash of white, too!) —Esperanza, Charles George, author, illustrator.

In rhyming stanzas, the painter's images come to life, seize the paintbrush and mix colors, creating figures of their own.

A world of food —Warner, Carl.

Photographs of twelve miniature landscapes made entirely from edible ingredients accompanied by rhyming verses introduce a variety of foods and colors.

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