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Color color color color (original 1999; edition 1995)

by Ruth Heller

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Title:Color color color color
Authors:Ruth Heller
Info:New York : Putnam & Grosset, c1995.
Collections:804 Colors, Your library
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Tags:color, paint, art

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Color by Ruth Heller (1999)

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Elementary
  SteppLibrary | Mar 21, 2017 |
This book teach about colors, showing different places and things with colors and how we can used color to do art. ( )
  Fran01 | Mar 11, 2013 |
From pencils, markers, and paint art will be made. Two colors mixed can make a different color! Remove the transparent screen and find out what two colors make. This ryhming book is great to show children when teaching about colors. This shows the children how to mix colors. This would be a great book to start the first day of art class. ( )
  jaimie919 | Jan 30, 2013 |
Nifty bit is that it has transparencies with each of the three colors (plus black?) that are used for printing color illustrations. ( )
  raizel | May 13, 2010 |
From back cover: Enter the world of color printing, where colors do magic tricks whenever they blend or combine or mix. Discover how illustrations are made with only four colors printed in tiny dots on white paper. Look at an illustration like you've never seen it before--one color at a time. The transparent pages in this book show you how yellow, magenta, cyan blue, and black combine to make all the colors of the rainbow.Color is magic, no doubt about that!
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Grade 1-3?A rhyming text gives some general information about color, but is mostly geared to explaining the concept of commercial color printing?dots of yellow, magenta, cyan blue, and black blend to create the illusion of a full spectrum, etc. The rhyme is a bit for forced as it is broken up by pages illustrating concepts. Two sections of plastic overlays effectively demonstrate changes that occur when colors overlap/blend. The book is more visually appealing and fun than informative, and could be useful to children studying how a book is made.?Alexandra Marris, Rochester Public Library, NY
Copyright 1995 Reed Business Information, Inc.
  lburg801 | Sep 7, 2007 |
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Thanks to Judy Laird's Kindergarten,
Fair Oaks Elementary School,
Fair Oaks, California,
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From pencils and markers and crayons and chalks...from paints in a tube or a jar or a box...
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Enter the world of color printing, where colors do magic tricks whenever they blend or combine or mix. Discover how illustrations are made with only four colors printed in tiny dots on white paper. Look at an illustration like you've never seen it before--one color at a time. The transparent pages in this book show you how yellow, magenta, cyan blue, and black combine to make all the colors of the rainbow.Color is magic, no doubt about that!
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The inimitable Ruth Heller shows young readers just how artwork gets reproduced from pictures to the printed page. With a four-page acetate printer's proof bound right into the book and stunning illustrations that pop from each page, this unique, interactive book will appeal to all aspiring artists.… (more)

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