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Books with title Color

  • Color

    Ruth Heller

    Hardcover (Grosset & Dunlap, March 21, 1995)
    Demonstrates how artwork is reproduced from pictures to a printed page by taking readers through each step of the process, and includes a four-page acetate printer's proof and a sample of a finished work.
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  • Color

    Ruth Heller

    Paperback (Puffin, Oct. 1, 1999)
    Demonstrates how artwork is reproduced from pictures to a printed page by taking readers through each step of the process, and includes a four-page acetate printer's proof and a sample of a finished work. Reprint.
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  • Color

    Alison Cole

    Hardcover (DK ADULT, Sept. 15, 1993)
    Discusses the nature of color, traces the history of art techniques and materials, and looks at color symbolism, color and space, and color relationships
  • Color

    Colin Caket, Leon Baxter

    Paperback (Ideals Childrens Books, March 1, 1988)
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  • Color

    Wonder Starters Staff, Ann Ricketts, Michael Ricketts

    Hardcover (Wonder-Treasure Books, March 15, 1973)
    1973 First Printing, Wonder Books - Grosset & Dunlap. Wonder Starters series. Hardcover. No dust jacket.
  • Color

    Ruth Heller

    Hardcover (Scholastic Inc., Aug. 16, 1995)
    The prolific Heller's latest effort should tickle the fancy-and the palettes-of paint manufacturers everywhere. (And, oh yes, youngsters will be delighted, too.) This paean to pigment seems even more vibrant than Heller's earlier tomes. She leaves no color-producing instrument unexplored (``From pencils and markers and crayons and chalks.../ from paints in a tube.../ or a jar or a.../ box''), and appears to have outdone both Crayola and Joseph's celebrated coat in her range of sumptuous hues. Her examples of color combinations and printing are handsomely illustrated by four acetate overlays, as she ingeniously examines the color-printing technology in this book's manufacture (``The printers are/ some kinds of wizards,/ I think./ In miniscule [sic]/ dots they apply/ all the ink''). From its pictures of kids with painted faces, to its quartet of punchily plumed parrots, to an arresting optical illusion, this vigorous (if pricey) volume is splendidly splashy. Ages 7-up. (Mar.)
  • Color

    Ella Doran, David Goodman, Zoe Miller

    Hardcover (Tate, Nov. 1, 2006)
    Explore the world of color with this brand-new book from the creators of A is for Artist. Sumptuous and tactile color-saturated pages are scattered with fascinating facts about the history, traditions, and science of color. With specially created illustrations throughout, this book will delight both children and parents alike.
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  • Color

    Kay Manolis

    Paperback (Scholastic, March 1, 2011)
    "Simple text and full color photographs introduce beginning readers to color. Developed by literacy experts for students in kindergarten through third grade"--Provided by publisher.
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  • Color

    Ellen Lawrence, Suzy Gazlay, Kimberly Brenneman

    Library Binding (Bearport Pub Co Inc, Jan. 30, 2013)
    Explores color, discussing the colors found in the rainbow, mixing them to create new ones, and how animals use color to stay safe.
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  • Color

    Jeunesse Gallimard

    Hardcover (Scholastic Reference, )
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  • Color

    Paul Flux

    Paperback (Heinemann/Raintree, July 1, 2001)
    Book by Flux, Paul
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  • Color

    Rob Court

    Library Binding (Childs World Inc, Aug. 1, 2002)
    Simple text and "Loopi the Fantastic Line" describe the concept of color in art and architecture.
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