Red, Blue, and Yellow (Children’s Programming Monthly, vol. 2/no. 4)

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This issue, all about color, covers a wideage range. “Colors” and “Rainbow Stories,”for example, are just right for verylittle people, while “What’s Black andWhite,” with riddles, poetry, and morecomplicated picture books, is aimedat first and second graders. No matterwhat age group you work with, you’llfind enough “colorful” ideas to keep everybodyhappy.


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—Walter Cook, Lubbock, Texas

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