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In a World of Colour, Julie Hodgson combines the vibrant world of color with the rhythm of rhyming. Julie catches the imaginations of children using the various colors that brighten all creation. This book will delight children as they learn their colors. To illustrate the various colors, Julie uses images from nature. From simple sky blue to the more intricate orange of a tiger or certain types of owls, color surrounds each one of us. Can you imagine how dull life would be if everything was only black or white? Instead of boredom, color gives the world life and excitement. Join Julie as she travels the world and shares all the wonders of color.
In a World of Colour is a children’s picture book full of both rhyme and color. Julie Hodgson captures the world in simple rhymes and presents the colors as found all around us. The colorful artwork is done by Julan. As you read this book with your child, be sure to ask the child what color the words are. Reading this book is just plain fun. However, I appreciate how Julie combines the fun of reading with the world of color. We need more books that join fun with learning. After reading this book, plan a color hunt with your child. Walk around the block or take a nature walk while counting how many different colors you can see. Your child will enjoy reading this book and any new activity you can come up with by using the book as a starting point.