Book: Drabsville by Jan Clifton Watfordcategories: Book, Picture Book, Elementary, Primary Colors, Secondary Colors, Kids Literature, Importance of Color, Elementary Education, Color Mixing, Preschool Education, Educational Children's Book
Jan Clifton Watfordabout this book: Drabsville is an educational book for young children, ages 2-7. The book explains the importance of color and identifies the primary colors and how to mix the secondary colors in a story format.
Matthew John Paul Abernathy is a bright boy that lives in a very drab and boring environment. He begins to dream in color and wants things to change. Can he change things and how?
My background in art education and experience teaching young children for many years gave me the idea to write this book. I wrote it many years ago while attending college courses in art as a single mom and teaching children privately in my garage to pay for my education. Now after many years and retirement from teaching art to inner city students, I have finally realized my dream of publishing my book. My hope is that brings my readers enjoyment and at the same time educates them about the importance of color.
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