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From Barnes & NobleHaving learned their numbers in Warthogs in the Kitchen: A Sloppy Counting Book, the hairy, hoofed, and hilarious bunch get creative with color when a rainy day forces them indoors and they decide to paint their kitchen wall. They splash on paint with their trusty brushes, using the primary colors of yellow, blue, and red. But as paint spills on the floor, blue and yellow mix to create green, yellow and red become orange, and drops of red and blue blend to make purple. In the end, these wacky warthogs create a glorious rainbow.
The spilled buckets of paint show how colors are created, and words printed in their corresponding color enhance the lesson. Kids will love the lumbering antics of this lot, whether they're "mopping up the floor with a bright blue tummy" or tripping on floor mats. Warthogs Paint is a delightfully sweet lesson in colors and fun.