9781499805567

The Color Factory

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  • ISBN13:

    9781499805567

  • ISBN10:

    149980556X

  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2018-06-19
  • Publisher: Little Bee Books Inc

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Summary

Introducing The Color Factory, an interactive and entertaining picture book in the vein of Hervé Tullet's Press Here and Mix It Up! and a wonderful follow-up to The Black and White Factory.

Welcome to the Color Factory! Penguin, zebra, and panda will take you on a very special tour to see all the wonderful, factory-approved colors that are made here, like:

Robin's Egg Blue

Canary Yellow

Chocolate Brown

Fire Engine Red

But when the tour gets to the perfect replicator machine, the factory workers mix Canary Yellow and Fire Engine Red only to find that the new color is not factory approved! It's up to the readers to help get the non-factory-approved colors off the page! But if they can't, the factory must be closed.

Can penguin, zebra, and panda come together to approve the new colors (which are fluorescent!)?

Author Biography

Eric Telchin grew up in Niskayuna, New York, and graduated from George Washington University. He worked in design at ABC News and at washingtonpost.com before creating Boy Sees Hearts, which showcases photographs of naturally occurring heart shapes, and writing the books See a Heart, Share a Heart and The Black and White Factory. He currently lives in West Palm Beach, Florida.

Diego Funck is an illustrator and graphic designer from Buenos Aires, Argentina. He's been drawing professionally for the past ten years, creating children's books and working with educational publishers in Belgium, Congo, Haiti, and India. He previously illustrated the children's picture book The Black and White Factory. He currently lives in Brussels, Belgium.

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