If someone asked us what colour grass was, we'd normally say green, but this summer we'd go for ... maybe tan? This book, devised by photographer Jason Fulford and illustrator Tamara Shopsin, encourages young readers to think about the colours things REALLY are. Yeah, bananas are often yellow, but in chain supermarkets... aren't they green? Published in association with the
Whitney Museum of American Art as part of a series of books for children about ways of seeing, this book makes you look again and again and see the world with new eyes.
A great, durable hardback book this, one that will take a few knocks as kids scrabble around trying to match up the colour of dirt.