Tuesday, March 31, 2009

A Day With No Crayons

A Day With No Crayons
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Book Review of A Day with No Crayons Elizabeth Rusch
A Childhood of Dreams: A Day With No Crayons by: Elizabeth Rusch
"Young Liza gets her crayons taken away, after using a blank bedroom wall as her latest canvas. Crayons are her life and what will Liza do an entire day without them?! After starting out in a black and white world, Liza soon discovers the vivid color surrounding her everywhere she goes. It doesn't take long for her imagination to kick in and she begins to create masterpieces, with all that nature has to offer. Just imagine - flower petal birds, drawings made with an old red brick along a sidewalk, a tree drawn with a stick covered in mud and leaves squished in the mud, the color of meadow green, sea green and forest green. Adults, as well as children will delight in the colorful and enormously fun story!"
Winner of Oregon Book Award’s Eloise Jarvis McGraw Award for Children’s Literature:

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