"Closer in spirit to Jane Wattenberg's wild Henny Penny (2000) than the comparatively sedate color studies of Tana Hoban, or even Bruce McMillan, these super-closeup, almost incandescent images make nearly every turn of the page an occasion for startled chuckles. (Picture book. 5-8)"
"Conceived and designed" by a three-person collective, this account of a child's changing relationship with a moody crayon will certainly have viewers of all ages seeing red.
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