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Mr. Green wants to go on strike from his job in Paint Town as the painter of the leaves, bushes, and all things green. He feels he is the most important color and should be ruler of the land and not the primary colors who are Red, Blue and Yellow. A court trial is scheduled and the Ruling is a contest between Mr. Green and the Primary Color family to see who will rule Paint Town. Come find out who will rule the land and if Mr. Green will take his color away.
Paint Town Tales: The Draw (Volume 1) by Amy Arton is a charming educational children's book which introduces young readers to the concepts of color, and the importance of teamwork and friendship. Children love to learn and interact with colors. They are fun, bright, and exciting. Author Amy Arton has created a fun and educational read in which young readers learn what the primary colors are, mixing colors as well as the concepts of teamwork and cooperation into the story plot. Children will learn through the events in the story what the primary colors are, and how they can work together to make other colors by mixing themselves together. With the brightly colored illustrations and the exciting and educational story plot, the book can be easily read and comprehended by beginner readers and younger readers being read to by adults. The book can be a useful reference for schools, libraries, and in the home for any young reader looking for an exciting way to learn about color.