It’s a Great, Big Colourful World
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„It’s a great, big colourful world“
Author: Tom Schamp
A kaleidoscope of fun transforms a grey day
in this marvellously offbeat and stimulating
journey through the world of colour.
One winter morning, Otto the cat looks out the window and sighs, “Why is everything so grey today?” Luckily his friend Leon the chameleon is around to show him just how many colours there are in the world. In these exciting and funny spreads filled to the brim with brilliantly illustrated objects, Leon and Otto identify people, places, and things of every hue. On pages dedicated to infinite shades of a single colour, Tom Schamp’s brilliant drawings play with perspective and unexpected pairings. An enormous Bengal tiger lords over an orange-tinted world, while a giant blue whale dwarfs elephants, pairs of jeans, and police officers. Throughout, cleverly inserted puns and allusions will elicit plenty of laughs from parents and children alike. Parents will enjoy the numerous ways colour is depicted and kids will spend hours looking for their friends Otto and Leon as they traverse the busy pages. Best of all, this delightful adventure comes to a perfect end when all the colours come together in one beautiful, joyful rainbow of fun.
|Dimensions||34 × 28 cm|
3-6 years, 6-10 years
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