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Clearly, Duncan's crayons had had enough. When he opened his art box that day, he found not a single crayon, only letters from disgruntled color sticks. Their complaints were various: Some felt overused or misused; others, neglected. Blue, for example, wondered how many oceans he would be obliged to color and Beige despaired that all the good jobs were going to Brown. For poor Duncan, this spontaneous strike called for quick action. Almost instantly, the aspiring artist becomes a mediator. A very entertaining picture book from debut author Drew Daywalt and illustrator Oliver Jeffers (This Moose Belongs to Me; Stuck).