Read Sky Color Online Free - The sky’s no limit as the author-illustrator of The Dot and Ish winds up his Creatrilogy with a whimsical tale about seeing the world a new way.
Marisol loves to paint. So when her teacher asks her to help make a mural for the school library, she can’t wait to begin! But how can Marisol make a sky without blue paint? After gazing out the bus window and watching from her porch as day turns into night, she closes her eyes and starts to dream. . . . From the award-winning Peter H. Reynolds comes a gentle, playful reminder that if we keep our hearts open and look beyond the expected, creative inspiration will come.
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January 08, 2013
Look up. What color is the sky? What color would you paint the sky if there was no blue to be found? No blue paint, no blue crayons.
Marisol must paint the sky for her library’s new mural, but she cannot find the blue paint. She must come up with a way to show the world the sky in a new way. New...
February 13, 2013
I loved Ish and The Dot by this author; this book is considered the third of the three in “his Creatrilogy” series, according to the inside front cover of the book. And I love this book too.
It reminds me so strongly of when, as a child, I was first introduced to modern art, and would see multiple...
November 18, 2015
I thought this children's book was really sweet. I read it to my six-year-old last night at bedtime. We talked about the book as I flipped the pages, figuring out what the little girl was going to do. This is another great book teaching kids about using their imagination and using the natural wor...
August 15, 2017
Inspiring book about showing and telling how you see the world because your sky may not be blue. Encourages creativity, imagination, and new ways of seeing things.
August 14, 2012
The final book in Reynolds' Creatrilogy invites readers to see the world in new ways. Is the sky always blue?
May 16, 2016
Reynolds has created yet another gorgeous book about being yourself and finding your inner artist!
July 18, 2017
I'm planning on using this one with my Wednesday sketchbook times because...who says the sky HAS to be blue? Thanks to Peter Reynolds, who introduced the idea of ISH to my kids (and a multitude of others), they feel less compelled to ask, "Is this right?" They lean into the uncomfortable feeling...
June 24, 2017
Great for creativity. A young girl who doesn't have a "blue" color can still capture the colors of the sky.
June 12, 2015
Today, we're going to read a book called Sky Color. (Show cover) Now when I look at this picture, I think that this book will be about the girl in the picture painting the sky. I think this because there is a little girl with paint and a paint brush and the title is Sky Color. Does anyone else ha...
June 30, 2012
The end of the Creatrilogy, Sky Color does not disappoint. Following in the footsteps of "The Dot" and "Ish", the book lifts the reader up with brightly colored paintings and words meant to inspire and transport. These books belong in the hands of every kid who needs to learn to be brave (which i...