A HORSE OF ANOTHER COLOR by Nathan Kravetz

A HORSE OF ANOTHER COLOR

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Artistic license is claimed by the very young- and conformity comes later. But even the children thought Henry was queer about making horses in all sorts of colors. His teachers felt there must be something strange about Henry, but he wasn't color blind, and he was very normal in every other way. It took the visitors at a school children's art exhibt to back Henry up- so while he painted jets and planes and engines in their proper colors, he went right on painting horses- and then a cow- in colors of his own choosing. Know other children who like him? We all do! Fun.

Pub Date: July 18th, 1962
Publisher: Little, Brown