Introduces some common objects that are green in color including plants and frogs.
Children's LiteratureEach page of this book is about a different place in our life where we would encounter the color green. Areas include dinosaurs, trees, snakes and vegetables. Facts are included about each of the different areas. While each page includes illustrations or photographs, they are fairly simple. This book is designed for early or struggling readers. The vocabulary used is standard and practical. The last few pages are a color-based activity that explains how, by combining different colors of water and food coloring, you create the color green. The book ends with an index, words to know, Internet sites and read-more sections. This book is a part of the "Colors" series. 2003, Capstone Press,
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