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The Changing Colors of Amos.

The Changing Colors of Amos

John Kinyon, author

Kay Selvig Flanders, illustrator

Cherished Publications

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9780978786618, $14.95 800-949-4416

"The Changing Colors of Amos" is a rollicking, rhyming story about a leprechaun who changes colors every day. Illustrated with delicate original chalk drawings in pastel to deeper shades of rainbow colors, "The Changing Colors of Amos" helps preschool children learn their colors, days of the week and ways to identify or describe their changing moods. All the colors of the days of the week are there for Amos to change to, and not one of them is green. But Sunday is the best of all, because Amos gets to choose a rainbow of hues. "The Changing Colors of Amos" is a delightful book for preschool children, which will encourage vivid young imaginations to develop.

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Publication:Children's Bookwatch
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Date:Jun 1, 2010
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