In the grasslands of Africa, a group of young animals think they know all about the crocodile who swims in the river beneath their school. He is the most ferocious creature on earth . . . or is he? When the animals try painting portraits of him, they learn there is no one way to see anything, even a crocodile. In this heartwarming tale, author and illustrator Eva Montanari makes abstract concepts easy to understand, bringing them vividly to life. With age-appropriate text and gorgeous illustrations, The Crocodile's True Colors uses adorable animals and a captivating, yet simple plot to draw children into learning about perception and art. A true delight for story lovers of all ages!
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Eva Montanari studied at the European School of Design in Milan. Discovered at the 2001 Bologna Book Fair she was immediately asked to participate in the 2002 exhibition, and has already begun work on future book projects. She lives in Rimini, Italy.
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