LIVING COLOR Color becomes the organizing factor in this new exploration of the quirks of the animal world. Red, for instance, warns predators away from stonefish and chiggers, provides protective coloration for the deep-sea jellyfish and blood-red fire shrimp and establishes bragging rights for male hooded seals and white uakaris. Color by color, gorgeous collages against clean white backgrounds are
Review: Living Color Usually, many animal informational books can be generic and rather unengaging. However, this book breaks the status quo. With quirky comments and catch phrases next to each animal, students can grasp distinguishing qualities in each animal species and also remember them by their funny pictures!
Review: Living Color Another one of Steve Jenkins books that is really fun to read if you pull up some of these amazing animals on youtube, or even just get good photos of them on the computer so you can really appreciate how they look.
Review: Living Color Picture Book 2 I love the art style and it is a really informative book. The facts are easy to read and you basically know where the passage is applying to without too much difficulty. The facts in the back are also a nice touch.
Review: Living Color This is a book that tells how color is helpful for many different kinds of animals. It is broken up by color, and describes in snippets a bit of each animal in the featured color. As always Steve Jenkins illustrations are wonderful.
Review: Living Color This book is written and illustrated by Steve Jenkins, which in my book is enough said. WOW! Readers will learn about how animals use color to attract a mate, warn predators, or blend in with their environment.