The White Book

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I will call this the book with no words. There is a boy who paints with colors. He paints with different colors: red, orange, green, yellow, blue, purple. When he paints, animals show up on the wall, and then they come out! So when he paints the wall red, he sees birds on a line, but then they fly away. When he paints with blue, fish swim out. Green is kind of scary for him – a dinosaur comes out! He paints a gray elephant, and that’s too big; and yellow giraffes, and they are too tall. Finally, he paints something that is just right.

I like this book because I like to see the animals as they appear in the paintings. It is fun to read and it doesn’t have any words, so you can just make up the story and act it out. This book is very colorful. I like the picture where the puppy is very happy, and I think people will like this book if they like lots of animals and no words.

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Author Silvia Borando, Elisabetta Pica, Lorenzo Clerici
Star Count 5/5
Format Hard
Page Count 48 pages
Publisher Candlewick Press
Publish Date 25-Aug-2015
ISBN 9780763681074
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Issue December 2015
Category Children's


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