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From the PublisherWatt’s use of primary colors and bold black outlines makes this a good choice for storytimes ?
Young children will enjoy the brightly hued cartoon illustrations and will understand the message about appreciating differences.
Watt debuts with a simple tale that is partly a celebration of physical differences and partly a lesson in color theory. Bright hues and simple shapes lend plenty of visual appeal to the illustrations, especially when the entire double-paged spread is one color (green, for instance) and Leon stands out like a sore thumb. These are the purest colors, too, strong and clear, a plus compared to what is often found in books on color.
? this is not only a comforting tale about being special but also a visually effective choice for children just learning colors.