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Die Königin der Farben by Jutta Bauer
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Die Königin der Farben (1998)

by Jutta Bauer

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Witty, unique, wonderfully imaginative story. ( )
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Eines Morgens trat Malwina, die Königin, vor ihr Schloss.
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Matilda, the Queen of Colors, has a color for her every mood--she calls Blue when she feels peaceful, Red when she's wild, and Yellow when she feels warm and cheery. But when Matilda and Yellow begin to quarrel, not even Blue and Red can stop the argument. And before long everything in the kingdom turns gray, until Matilda cries tears--bright, colorful tears.… (more)

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