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Colors - cover

Colors

Ruth Roberts

Publisher: Peter Pan Press

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Summary

Mr. Pete, owner of the Splashy Paint Shop, teaches Chris and Lisa all about colors. They learn about mixing colors to come up with a completely different color and they learn about shades of colors. As they explore each color Mr. Pete shows them examples of everyday items that are the color. The audio EPUB ncludes every word in the book and a musical background.

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