I Don't Draw, I Color! by Adam Lehrhaupt

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Read I Don't Draw, I Color! Online Free - A tale of the power of color.

Isn’t it fun to color?
Every color has a feeling,
just like we do.
Yellow makes us feel happy.
Dark blue can make us feel sad.
Red can seem angry.
Black can look scary.
What color do you feel like today?

Title : I Don't Draw, I Color!
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ISBN : 148146275X
Edition Language : English
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 32 pages


Cindy rated it ★★★★★

June 06, 2017

A child who sees that his drawings aren’t technically as precise as what others can do knows how to express his emotions through color on the page. Felicita Sala’s illustrations capture bright and muted emotions expressed in lines that can be straight, jagged, or squiggly. When the child is asked...

Breanne rated it ★★☆☆☆

September 19, 2017

This is a neat book about coloring and the imagination that can come from it. However, in order to praise the love of coloring it totally rips down drawing and those who draw. The kid actually draws a picture and says it is horrible. My sweet 4 year old, who loves to draw and color, sadly looked...

Jana rated it ★★★☆☆

May 24, 2017

This sweet picture book celebrates the creativity inside everyone, no matter what form it takes. The narrator of the book believes he's not very good at drawing, but uses colors, textures, and lines to express emotion, personality, and thoughts. The underlying message is that all children can exp...

Lynn rated it ★★★☆☆

August 05, 2017

This boy makes a clear distinction between coloring and drawing. I wonder why brown is 'messy' and, if I read this aloud, would provide lots of discussion about what different colors 'represent' certain emotions or states of being. Full color illustrations done in watercolors, drawing & colore...

Julie rated it ★★★★☆

August 09, 2017

I loved this book because it made me think of myself and how I hate to draw but I love to color! Part of the reason has to do with lack of confidence in my drawing skills and I could see kids, like me, who could relate and appreciate the growth mindset message in this story. I'm excited to share...

Kristin rated it ★★★★★

July 24, 2017

I was this kid. I couldn't draw worth a lick, but boy could I color! When I got into art as a teenager, I painting was my forte, not sketching. I like how this book focused on the boy's interests and talents and showed how he could express himself in different ways.

Jennifer rated it ★★★★☆

September 12, 2017

Nice companion to Niko Draws a Feeling, the Dot and Ish. Great addition to the art educator's library. Good for color theory and lessons about abstract expressionism/color-field painting.

Dana rated it ★★★★★

March 17, 2017

Excellent colorful book about expressing your feelings through color in art even if you don't draw well.

Meredith rated it ★★★★★

July 09, 2017

We all loved this one. It hits all the great thoughts: naming the colors, finding your strength, expressing your creativity and emotions however you need to. All good. Love it.

Jess rated it ★★★★☆

May 31, 2017

Beautiful illustration of our different talents and interpreting the world from various perspectives.

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