Colors sings of the beautiful burgeoning of burgundy, the sorrow of olive, the story of the green that is green with envy. Colors divulges the silliness of orange, the pomp of purple, the off-whiteness of white—revealing the many subtle personalities of color. Ken Nordine's "word jazz" gives voice to color and Henrik Drescher's irrepressible "image jazz" completes the picture—and lets you in on the many quirks of colors. •Stunning poems by a well-known radio commentator who's featured weekly on dozens of National Public Radio stations • Daring illustrations by an artist whose work appears regularly in the New York Times Magazine, Newsday, and Rolling Stone
Specifications of Colors
|Publisher||HMH Books for Young Readers|
|Number Of Pages||32|
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