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Synopsis: This study on the importance of colour is part of the "Let's look at" series and which designed to encourage children to learn about the world around them. It explains how colour affects our lives, starting with a simple description of the way colour comes from light. There is a section on how colours can be mixed to create new ones, and how different shades of colour can be achieved. The relationship between colours and the feelings it can create and the uses they can be put to is covered. In the natural world, the changing colours of plants, birds and animals are considered as well as the clever effects of camouflage, used by both people and animals. Other human uses of colour are suggested, such as the colours used for clothes and their significance and the uses of colours for giving messages. The author ends with an explanation and simple test for colour blindness. The text is complemented by a glossary, a reading list and an index.
Title: Let's Look at Colours
Publisher: Hodder Wayland
Book Condition: Fair
Book Description HODDER WAYLAND, 1988. Hardcover. Book Condition: Used; Good. Ships from the UK within 24 hours. Ex Library. Hardback without Dust jacket: 32 pages; Used but in Good Condition for sensible price. With Index. Illustrated. Spine faded. Bookseller Inventory # BBI1117980