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Blue Chameleon Paperback
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Throughout the book there is subtle, witty interplay between the words and illustrations making this a perfect book to use as the introduction of colours and shapes (and chameleons) to kids. Each two page spread features two words: a colour or pattern on the left and a noun on the right hand page. The illustrations are coloured pencil and watercolours. The colour white page is exceptional as it includes a nearly invisible chameleon embossed on the paper. You may think the page is empty but if you run your fingers over the page you will find him hiding there. The book is perfect for toddlers as the text is simple and the pictures are large. There is excellent use of colour, expression and symmetry. The take away is: be true to yourself, be who you were created to be and your friends will seek you out.
As I read this book, it really opens up great conversations. The children like to point out the similarities and difference between the Chameleon. We also talk about feelings. Like how the Chameleon feels and how sometime imitating others is not all that appropriate.
We generally read this book page by page talking about so many things including appropriate and not appropriate. For example a boot is a silly friend but a gold fish might be something to consider since they are both animals.
Overall cute book. Very simple with one image per page. The kids love the silliness and I love the conversations and lessons.