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White Rabbit's Color Book by Alan Baker
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White Rabbit's Color Book (1994)

by Alan Baker

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Baker tells the tale of a mischievous rabbit who decides to dip into tubs of different colors of paint. White rabbit being white, dips himself into yellow, “sunshine yellow” and he thought is was “lovely”. He stays yellow and finds a tub of red and changes to brown. He goes though many colors and decides that the mixture of blue, yellow and brown are just the color for him, brown. This book shows how colors mix and make different colors and how being a different color is “just right” for him.
  VanessaCendejas | Feb 26, 2018 |
a little rabbit hops from color to color, making new colors. a great way to introduce primary and secondary colors and mixing
1 large book
  TUCC | Jun 26, 2017 |
I recall enjoying this, but not as much as some others with a similar concept. Awfully cute though, of course! ( )
  Cheryl_in_CC_NV | Jun 6, 2016 |
MRP- Rs.500 ( )
  BuzzingBooks | Mar 9, 2016 |
This book follows the adventures of a white rabbit as he discovers what happens when colors mix. I like this book because it has bright images that help children to see and understand the difference between primary and secondary colors. This book was a big book and had only a few words on each page, however the word were unnecessary because the book would have made just as much sense without the words. It was a good book to understand how mixing different colors make other new colors. The illustrations were simple and not distracting. Everything in the book was very straight forward. ( )
  kgibso11 | Feb 29, 2016 |
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One inquisitive hop, and splash! goes White Rabbit into a bucket of yellowpaint. Soon the little rabbit is jumping from bucket to bucket and learning all about colors and how they mix. Quivering with excitement, Brown Rabbit nudges open a square gift box and finds five balloons which take on all sorts of shapes. Gray Rabbit and Black-and-White Rabbit have their own adventures as they discover numbers and the alphabet. Toddlers will have fun and learn with these concept books, warmly illustrated with meticulous detail by Alan Baker.

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White Rabbit hops from one paint pot to another, changing colors as he goes, until he ends up brown.

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