FINDING RED/FINDING YELLOW by Betsy--Photog Imershein

FINDING RED/FINDING YELLOW

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A flip-flop book to make two wordless books in one. Beautifully composed, artfully arranged photos explore the color in question, which may be all-pervasive (wall-to-wall tomatoes), the subject at hand (a collection of red doors), or a single accent (a swan's bill). Items include things of special interest to children (for example, a clown) but are not confined to them. This doesn't have the many levels or dimensions of Hoban's or McMillan's books, but is still very attractive.

Pub Date: Oct. 1st, 1989
Page count: 32pp
Publisher: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich