LITTLE BLUE AND LITTLE YELLOW by Leo Lionni

LITTLE BLUE AND LITTLE YELLOW

KIRKUS REVIEW

Two little blobs of color, one yellow and one blue, are extremely close friends. One day they get too close, and, to their dismay, they turn green. Confusion upon confusion develops with the family of each refusing to acknowledge the children. Leo Lionni, the art editor of Fortune magazine, treats this basic law of color with grace and humor. A somewhat slight idea, but one which should delight the whimsical minded young reader with its lighthanded fluency.
Pub Date: July 10th, 1959
ISBN: 0375860134
Page count: 42pp
Publisher: Ivan Obolensky
Review Posted Online:
Kirkus Reviews Issue: July 1st, 1959




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