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Reviewed by Rosie Malezer for Readers' Favorite
Kita and the Magic Paint is a delightful children's tale written by Laura Schaumer and illustrated by Pardeep Mehra. Colors are a very exciting thing to learn. Not only can we blend two primary colors to make a new color, but we can also blend with more colors to make something completely new. In doing so, we learn how to see everything in a whole new and exciting way. Red, blue, and yellow can make any color your heart desires. All it takes is your own imagination and the sky is the limit, or even beyond. The bigger your color spectrum, the brighter your artistic world can be.
As an art lover, I found Kita and the Magic Paint to be truly fascinating. Being able to see through the eyes of a child how to form these new and wonderful colors was nothing short of magical. I was able to picture the excited smiles of each reader as their eyes light up in wonderment, learning to make orange, purple, green... and before long being able to create their very own masterpieces of the future. I very much enjoyed reading Kita and the Magic Paint and recommend it to young readers aged 4 to 10 so that they can explore this incredible world of colors, even possibly so that they can become the next great artist of our time. Exploring one's creativity has to start somewhere and I feel that Laura Schaumer's wonderful story of Kita and the Magic Paint is the perfect place.