A picture book text about colour, feelings and moods, bubbling with Dr Suess's trademark fun and emotional truth. First written in 1973, Suess's widow brought it to the attention of his editor after his death in 1991. The editor then commissioned the accompanying paintings from Johnson and Fancher.
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In such classics as The Cat in the Hat and Green Eggs and Ham, the text and illustrations by Dr. Seuss have always seemed inseparable--peerless fusions of verbal and visual wit. Yet when the good doctor wrote My Many Coloured Days in 1973, he specified that the manuscript should be illustrated by "a great colour artist who will not be dominated by me." Now he has got his wish. Steve Johnson and Lou Fancher have created a series of rich, painterly images that could never be mistaken for faux-Seuss. They do, however, capture something of the late author's whimsy.Book Description:
An excellent introduction to discussing feelings with children.
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Book Description Hutchinson, 1998. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 009176890X