Mixed: A Colorful Story

Mixed: A Colorful Story

The reds, the yellows, and the blues all think they're the best in this vibrant, thought-provoking picture book with a message of acceptance and unity. In the beginning, there were three colors . . . Reds, Yellows, and Blues. All special in their own ways, all living in harmony--until one day, a Red says "Reds are the best!" and starts a color kerfuffle. When the colors decide The reds, the yellows, and the blues all think they're the best in this vibrant, thought-provoking pi...

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Title:Mixed: A Colorful Story
Author:Arree Chung
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Genres:Childrens
ISBN:Mixed: A Colorful Story
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:32 pages pages

Mixed: A Colorful Story Reviews

  • Rita
    May 10, 2018

    Wonderful book that teaches young children tolerance of others who may be different! ...

    I was impressed with how the author approached a challenging topic with grace and humor and in such a relatable fashion. The use of primary colors--red, yellows, blues--painted with black India ink and acrylics makes the images stand out and the message very clear. I had to smile at ho...

    A concept book that is funny, delivers a satisfying message, and has loads of visual appeal. It?s kind of an origin story for non-primary colors! At first, Red, Yellow and Blue live in harmony, but then there is a rift. Luckily, for humanity and art, Blue and Yellow fall in love and ...

    Masterfully written and illustrated with powerful metaphors for social justice. Tolerance, kindness, and seeing points of view of others are lessons kids will take to heart and, hopefully, share with others. Or, as my daughter said after reading, ?It doesn?t matter what you look li...

    This book is so cute, simple, and powerful! Only downside, I wish I wrote it myself. ...

    In the beginning there were three colors. Red, yellow and blue all lived in perfect harmony. Reds were loud, yellows were bright and blues were just cool. When the three colors start to have conflict with each other, they decide to segregate. All the yellows have their own part of the ...

    This review was originally written for The Baby Bookworm. Visit us for new picture books reviews daily! Hello, friends! Our book today is Mixed: A Colorful Story by Arree Chung, a wonderful lesson in the importance of community diversity. At first, there were only three color...

    This is a wonderful, fresh take on the usual colour mixing story. Even though I could predict that the colors would mix together, I didn?t realize it would happen in such a fun and visually exciting way. I really loved the way the author didn?t dumb down the text and used lovely wo...

    Such a wonderful book about diversity using colors!! Small children and adults will find the value in the book?s message! ...

    MIXED is a great new concept book that makes learning about colors fun for kids and adults! In the beginning there were three colors: Reds, Yellows, and Blues. Each of them had their own qualities and they lived in perfect harmony. One afternoon Reds decided to declare that they were t...

  • Lorie Barber
    Jul 07, 2018

    Wonderful book that teaches young children tolerance of others who may be different! ...

    I was impressed with how the author approached a challenging topic with grace and humor and in such a relatable fashion. The use of primary colors--red, yellows, blues--painted with black India ink and acrylics makes the images stand out and the message very clear. I had to smile at ho...

    A concept book that is funny, delivers a satisfying message, and has loads of visual appeal. It?s kind of an origin story for non-primary colors! At first, Red, Yellow and Blue live in harmony, but then there is a rift. Luckily, for humanity and art, Blue and Yellow fall in love and ...

    Masterfully written and illustrated with powerful metaphors for social justice. Tolerance, kindness, and seeing points of view of others are lessons kids will take to heart and, hopefully, share with others. Or, as my daughter said after reading, ?It doesn?t matter what you look li...

  • Michelle (In Libris Veritas)
    Mar 06, 2019

    Wonderful book that teaches young children tolerance of others who may be different! ...

    I was impressed with how the author approached a challenging topic with grace and humor and in such a relatable fashion. The use of primary colors--red, yellows, blues--painted with black India ink and acrylics makes the images stand out and the message very clear. I had to smile at ho...

    A concept book that is funny, delivers a satisfying message, and has loads of visual appeal. It?s kind of an origin story for non-primary colors! At first, Red, Yellow and Blue live in harmony, but then there is a rift. Luckily, for humanity and art, Blue and Yellow fall in love and ...

    Masterfully written and illustrated with powerful metaphors for social justice. Tolerance, kindness, and seeing points of view of others are lessons kids will take to heart and, hopefully, share with others. Or, as my daughter said after reading, ?It doesn?t matter what you look li...

    This book is so cute, simple, and powerful! Only downside, I wish I wrote it myself. ...

    In the beginning there were three colors. Red, yellow and blue all lived in perfect harmony. Reds were loud, yellows were bright and blues were just cool. When the three colors start to have conflict with each other, they decide to segregate. All the yellows have their own part of the ...

    This review was originally written for The Baby Bookworm. Visit us for new picture books reviews daily! Hello, friends! Our book today is Mixed: A Colorful Story by Arree Chung, a wonderful lesson in the importance of community diversity. At first, there were only three color...

    This is a wonderful, fresh take on the usual colour mixing story. Even though I could predict that the colors would mix together, I didn?t realize it would happen in such a fun and visually exciting way. I really loved the way the author didn?t dumb down the text and used lovely wo...

    Such a wonderful book about diversity using colors!! Small children and adults will find the value in the book?s message! ...

    MIXED is a great new concept book that makes learning about colors fun for kids and adults! In the beginning there were three colors: Reds, Yellows, and Blues. Each of them had their own qualities and they lived in perfect harmony. One afternoon Reds decided to declare that they were t...

    Wow! The kids and I loved this book. The kids had huge smiles on their faces when we got to the end, and voted to give this book 5 stars. I love how it is both a book about colors (and different colors you can get from mixing - yellow + blue = green) AND also a book that shows how b...

    Mixed is a must-have PB from @arreechung. Powerful message in simple picture book. Life lessons around acceptance, tolerance, respect for others. Masterful use of primary colors to illustrate the beauty of diversity and acceptance for all. Great book for difficult and necessary convers...

    This is a great book to introduce diversity and discuss how and why people favor those who are like them... we read it this month to tie in with Black History month. My students picked up on that association without me mentioning it. ...

    A young child?s first look at segregation and integration. Good for opening up discussions. ...

    This came across my desk at work as I was scanning in returned books and I just had to take a moment to read it. I'm biracial and it's rarely something I see in children's picture books. I absolutely love this. It approaches a topic that normally comes with a lot of heavy history and...

  • Barbara
    Aug 18, 2018

    Wonderful book that teaches young children tolerance of others who may be different! ...

    I was impressed with how the author approached a challenging topic with grace and humor and in such a relatable fashion. The use of primary colors--red, yellows, blues--painted with black India ink and acrylics makes the images stand out and the message very clear. I had to smile at ho...

  • Amanda
    Jul 30, 2018

    Wonderful book that teaches young children tolerance of others who may be different! ...

    I was impressed with how the author approached a challenging topic with grace and humor and in such a relatable fashion. The use of primary colors--red, yellows, blues--painted with black India ink and acrylics makes the images stand out and the message very clear. I had to smile at ho...

    A concept book that is funny, delivers a satisfying message, and has loads of visual appeal. It?s kind of an origin story for non-primary colors! At first, Red, Yellow and Blue live in harmony, but then there is a rift. Luckily, for humanity and art, Blue and Yellow fall in love and ...

    Masterfully written and illustrated with powerful metaphors for social justice. Tolerance, kindness, and seeing points of view of others are lessons kids will take to heart and, hopefully, share with others. Or, as my daughter said after reading, ?It doesn?t matter what you look li...

    This book is so cute, simple, and powerful! Only downside, I wish I wrote it myself. ...

    In the beginning there were three colors. Red, yellow and blue all lived in perfect harmony. Reds were loud, yellows were bright and blues were just cool. When the three colors start to have conflict with each other, they decide to segregate. All the yellows have their own part of the ...

    This review was originally written for The Baby Bookworm. Visit us for new picture books reviews daily! Hello, friends! Our book today is Mixed: A Colorful Story by Arree Chung, a wonderful lesson in the importance of community diversity. At first, there were only three color...

    This is a wonderful, fresh take on the usual colour mixing story. Even though I could predict that the colors would mix together, I didn?t realize it would happen in such a fun and visually exciting way. I really loved the way the author didn?t dumb down the text and used lovely wo...

    Such a wonderful book about diversity using colors!! Small children and adults will find the value in the book?s message! ...

    MIXED is a great new concept book that makes learning about colors fun for kids and adults! In the beginning there were three colors: Reds, Yellows, and Blues. Each of them had their own qualities and they lived in perfect harmony. One afternoon Reds decided to declare that they were t...

    Wow! The kids and I loved this book. The kids had huge smiles on their faces when we got to the end, and voted to give this book 5 stars. I love how it is both a book about colors (and different colors you can get from mixing - yellow + blue = green) AND also a book that shows how b...

    Mixed is a must-have PB from @arreechung. Powerful message in simple picture book. Life lessons around acceptance, tolerance, respect for others. Masterful use of primary colors to illustrate the beauty of diversity and acceptance for all. Great book for difficult and necessary convers...

    This is a great book to introduce diversity and discuss how and why people favor those who are like them... we read it this month to tie in with Black History month. My students picked up on that association without me mentioning it. ...

    A young child?s first look at segregation and integration. Good for opening up discussions. ...

    This came across my desk at work as I was scanning in returned books and I just had to take a moment to read it. I'm biracial and it's rarely something I see in children's picture books. I absolutely love this. It approaches a topic that normally comes with a lot of heavy history and...

    I dunno you guys. This book didn't really work for me. It's not a great color-concept book because it doesn't spend a lot of time on "yellow and red makes orange" etc and some of the color combos are just wrong like "green plus orange makes...green?" It also didn't really work for me a...

    This book explores tolerance, discrimination, and segregation in a fun, accessible manner that will make an impact on kids and adults alike. The bravery of two dots to defy their community's segregation by color (red, blue, and yellow), results not only in the creation of a new color, ...

    4 1/2 stars Nobody is the best, but one day a Red announces that Reds are the best and starts the whole color war. Soon none of the colors are getting along; all of go their separate ways. Until, a small change happens! Sometimes that is all it takes, for one person to make a small ...

  • Lenna
    Jul 23, 2018

    Wonderful book that teaches young children tolerance of others who may be different! ...

    I was impressed with how the author approached a challenging topic with grace and humor and in such a relatable fashion. The use of primary colors--red, yellows, blues--painted with black India ink and acrylics makes the images stand out and the message very clear. I had to smile at ho...

    A concept book that is funny, delivers a satisfying message, and has loads of visual appeal. It?s kind of an origin story for non-primary colors! At first, Red, Yellow and Blue live in harmony, but then there is a rift. Luckily, for humanity and art, Blue and Yellow fall in love and ...

    Masterfully written and illustrated with powerful metaphors for social justice. Tolerance, kindness, and seeing points of view of others are lessons kids will take to heart and, hopefully, share with others. Or, as my daughter said after reading, ?It doesn?t matter what you look li...

    This book is so cute, simple, and powerful! Only downside, I wish I wrote it myself. ...

    In the beginning there were three colors. Red, yellow and blue all lived in perfect harmony. Reds were loud, yellows were bright and blues were just cool. When the three colors start to have conflict with each other, they decide to segregate. All the yellows have their own part of the ...

    This review was originally written for The Baby Bookworm. Visit us for new picture books reviews daily! Hello, friends! Our book today is Mixed: A Colorful Story by Arree Chung, a wonderful lesson in the importance of community diversity. At first, there were only three color...

    This is a wonderful, fresh take on the usual colour mixing story. Even though I could predict that the colors would mix together, I didn?t realize it would happen in such a fun and visually exciting way. I really loved the way the author didn?t dumb down the text and used lovely wo...

    Such a wonderful book about diversity using colors!! Small children and adults will find the value in the book?s message! ...

    MIXED is a great new concept book that makes learning about colors fun for kids and adults! In the beginning there were three colors: Reds, Yellows, and Blues. Each of them had their own qualities and they lived in perfect harmony. One afternoon Reds decided to declare that they were t...

    Wow! The kids and I loved this book. The kids had huge smiles on their faces when we got to the end, and voted to give this book 5 stars. I love how it is both a book about colors (and different colors you can get from mixing - yellow + blue = green) AND also a book that shows how b...

    Mixed is a must-have PB from @arreechung. Powerful message in simple picture book. Life lessons around acceptance, tolerance, respect for others. Masterful use of primary colors to illustrate the beauty of diversity and acceptance for all. Great book for difficult and necessary convers...

    This is a great book to introduce diversity and discuss how and why people favor those who are like them... we read it this month to tie in with Black History month. My students picked up on that association without me mentioning it. ...

    A young child?s first look at segregation and integration. Good for opening up discussions. ...

  • Andrea
    Aug 13, 2018

    Wonderful book that teaches young children tolerance of others who may be different! ...

    I was impressed with how the author approached a challenging topic with grace and humor and in such a relatable fashion. The use of primary colors--red, yellows, blues--painted with black India ink and acrylics makes the images stand out and the message very clear. I had to smile at ho...

    A concept book that is funny, delivers a satisfying message, and has loads of visual appeal. It?s kind of an origin story for non-primary colors! At first, Red, Yellow and Blue live in harmony, but then there is a rift. Luckily, for humanity and art, Blue and Yellow fall in love and ...

    Masterfully written and illustrated with powerful metaphors for social justice. Tolerance, kindness, and seeing points of view of others are lessons kids will take to heart and, hopefully, share with others. Or, as my daughter said after reading, ?It doesn?t matter what you look li...

    This book is so cute, simple, and powerful! Only downside, I wish I wrote it myself. ...

    In the beginning there were three colors. Red, yellow and blue all lived in perfect harmony. Reds were loud, yellows were bright and blues were just cool. When the three colors start to have conflict with each other, they decide to segregate. All the yellows have their own part of the ...

    This review was originally written for The Baby Bookworm. Visit us for new picture books reviews daily! Hello, friends! Our book today is Mixed: A Colorful Story by Arree Chung, a wonderful lesson in the importance of community diversity. At first, there were only three color...

    This is a wonderful, fresh take on the usual colour mixing story. Even though I could predict that the colors would mix together, I didn?t realize it would happen in such a fun and visually exciting way. I really loved the way the author didn?t dumb down the text and used lovely wo...

  • Lindsey
    Aug 25, 2018

    Wonderful book that teaches young children tolerance of others who may be different! ...

    I was impressed with how the author approached a challenging topic with grace and humor and in such a relatable fashion. The use of primary colors--red, yellows, blues--painted with black India ink and acrylics makes the images stand out and the message very clear. I had to smile at ho...

    A concept book that is funny, delivers a satisfying message, and has loads of visual appeal. It?s kind of an origin story for non-primary colors! At first, Red, Yellow and Blue live in harmony, but then there is a rift. Luckily, for humanity and art, Blue and Yellow fall in love and ...

    Masterfully written and illustrated with powerful metaphors for social justice. Tolerance, kindness, and seeing points of view of others are lessons kids will take to heart and, hopefully, share with others. Or, as my daughter said after reading, ?It doesn?t matter what you look li...

    This book is so cute, simple, and powerful! Only downside, I wish I wrote it myself. ...

    In the beginning there were three colors. Red, yellow and blue all lived in perfect harmony. Reds were loud, yellows were bright and blues were just cool. When the three colors start to have conflict with each other, they decide to segregate. All the yellows have their own part of the ...

    This review was originally written for The Baby Bookworm. Visit us for new picture books reviews daily! Hello, friends! Our book today is Mixed: A Colorful Story by Arree Chung, a wonderful lesson in the importance of community diversity. At first, there were only three color...

    This is a wonderful, fresh take on the usual colour mixing story. Even though I could predict that the colors would mix together, I didn?t realize it would happen in such a fun and visually exciting way. I really loved the way the author didn?t dumb down the text and used lovely wo...

    Such a wonderful book about diversity using colors!! Small children and adults will find the value in the book?s message! ...

  • Michele Knott
    Jul 02, 2018

    Wonderful book that teaches young children tolerance of others who may be different! ...

    I was impressed with how the author approached a challenging topic with grace and humor and in such a relatable fashion. The use of primary colors--red, yellows, blues--painted with black India ink and acrylics makes the images stand out and the message very clear. I had to smile at ho...

    A concept book that is funny, delivers a satisfying message, and has loads of visual appeal. It?s kind of an origin story for non-primary colors! At first, Red, Yellow and Blue live in harmony, but then there is a rift. Luckily, for humanity and art, Blue and Yellow fall in love and ...

    Masterfully written and illustrated with powerful metaphors for social justice. Tolerance, kindness, and seeing points of view of others are lessons kids will take to heart and, hopefully, share with others. Or, as my daughter said after reading, ?It doesn?t matter what you look li...

    This book is so cute, simple, and powerful! Only downside, I wish I wrote it myself. ...

    In the beginning there were three colors. Red, yellow and blue all lived in perfect harmony. Reds were loud, yellows were bright and blues were just cool. When the three colors start to have conflict with each other, they decide to segregate. All the yellows have their own part of the ...

    This review was originally written for The Baby Bookworm. Visit us for new picture books reviews daily! Hello, friends! Our book today is Mixed: A Colorful Story by Arree Chung, a wonderful lesson in the importance of community diversity. At first, there were only three color...

    This is a wonderful, fresh take on the usual colour mixing story. Even though I could predict that the colors would mix together, I didn?t realize it would happen in such a fun and visually exciting way. I really loved the way the author didn?t dumb down the text and used lovely wo...

    Such a wonderful book about diversity using colors!! Small children and adults will find the value in the book?s message! ...

    MIXED is a great new concept book that makes learning about colors fun for kids and adults! In the beginning there were three colors: Reds, Yellows, and Blues. Each of them had their own qualities and they lived in perfect harmony. One afternoon Reds decided to declare that they were t...

    Wow! The kids and I loved this book. The kids had huge smiles on their faces when we got to the end, and voted to give this book 5 stars. I love how it is both a book about colors (and different colors you can get from mixing - yellow + blue = green) AND also a book that shows how b...

    Mixed is a must-have PB from @arreechung. Powerful message in simple picture book. Life lessons around acceptance, tolerance, respect for others. Masterful use of primary colors to illustrate the beauty of diversity and acceptance for all. Great book for difficult and necessary convers...

    This is a great book to introduce diversity and discuss how and why people favor those who are like them... we read it this month to tie in with Black History month. My students picked up on that association without me mentioning it. ...

    A young child?s first look at segregation and integration. Good for opening up discussions. ...

    This came across my desk at work as I was scanning in returned books and I just had to take a moment to read it. I'm biracial and it's rarely something I see in children's picture books. I absolutely love this. It approaches a topic that normally comes with a lot of heavy history and...

    I dunno you guys. This book didn't really work for me. It's not a great color-concept book because it doesn't spend a lot of time on "yellow and red makes orange" etc and some of the color combos are just wrong like "green plus orange makes...green?" It also didn't really work for me a...

    This book explores tolerance, discrimination, and segregation in a fun, accessible manner that will make an impact on kids and adults alike. The bravery of two dots to defy their community's segregation by color (red, blue, and yellow), results not only in the creation of a new color, ...

    4 1/2 stars Nobody is the best, but one day a Red announces that Reds are the best and starts the whole color war. Soon none of the colors are getting along; all of go their separate ways. Until, a small change happens! Sometimes that is all it takes, for one person to make a small ...

    A tale of three colors; red, yellow, and blue, who lived in harmony, until discord was caused to bring about isolation and separation. But one day a Yellow, and a Blue met, married, and had a Green, Soon discord was replaced by love, tolerance and the embracing of differences which led...

    Was reading this at #nerdcampMI and in the middle of reading it a teacher turned around to tell me that the boys in Thailand had all gotten out of the cave; I was reminded that there is potential for good in this world. ...

    This book reminds me so much of Leo Lionni's classic book from 1959, "Little Blue and Little Yellow." The timeless themes are reinvented using bold and humorous illustrations. A great way for children to learn about colors, while getting an introduction to inclusion and diversity. ...

    An absolutely adorable book, with a much deeper meaning you'd appreciate again, and again. ...

    This is the most amazing book!! A must read!! ...

    When a picture book makes you tear up from joy and hope, that's a great book! This can serve as a great teaching tool about discrimination, segregation and the importance of diversity. ...

    Beautiful, simple and powerful. ...

    I liked this story so much. I can?t wait to share it with teachers tomorrow. ...

    A book that can be used with a variety of ages and have different conversations about how we?re all special. ...

  • Ashleigh Rose
    Jul 13, 2018

    Wonderful book that teaches young children tolerance of others who may be different! ...

    I was impressed with how the author approached a challenging topic with grace and humor and in such a relatable fashion. The use of primary colors--red, yellows, blues--painted with black India ink and acrylics makes the images stand out and the message very clear. I had to smile at ho...

    A concept book that is funny, delivers a satisfying message, and has loads of visual appeal. It?s kind of an origin story for non-primary colors! At first, Red, Yellow and Blue live in harmony, but then there is a rift. Luckily, for humanity and art, Blue and Yellow fall in love and ...

    Masterfully written and illustrated with powerful metaphors for social justice. Tolerance, kindness, and seeing points of view of others are lessons kids will take to heart and, hopefully, share with others. Or, as my daughter said after reading, ?It doesn?t matter what you look li...

    This book is so cute, simple, and powerful! Only downside, I wish I wrote it myself. ...

    In the beginning there were three colors. Red, yellow and blue all lived in perfect harmony. Reds were loud, yellows were bright and blues were just cool. When the three colors start to have conflict with each other, they decide to segregate. All the yellows have their own part of the ...

    This review was originally written for The Baby Bookworm. Visit us for new picture books reviews daily! Hello, friends! Our book today is Mixed: A Colorful Story by Arree Chung, a wonderful lesson in the importance of community diversity. At first, there were only three color...

    This is a wonderful, fresh take on the usual colour mixing story. Even though I could predict that the colors would mix together, I didn?t realize it would happen in such a fun and visually exciting way. I really loved the way the author didn?t dumb down the text and used lovely wo...

    Such a wonderful book about diversity using colors!! Small children and adults will find the value in the book?s message! ...

    MIXED is a great new concept book that makes learning about colors fun for kids and adults! In the beginning there were three colors: Reds, Yellows, and Blues. Each of them had their own qualities and they lived in perfect harmony. One afternoon Reds decided to declare that they were t...

    Wow! The kids and I loved this book. The kids had huge smiles on their faces when we got to the end, and voted to give this book 5 stars. I love how it is both a book about colors (and different colors you can get from mixing - yellow + blue = green) AND also a book that shows how b...

    Mixed is a must-have PB from @arreechung. Powerful message in simple picture book. Life lessons around acceptance, tolerance, respect for others. Masterful use of primary colors to illustrate the beauty of diversity and acceptance for all. Great book for difficult and necessary convers...

    This is a great book to introduce diversity and discuss how and why people favor those who are like them... we read it this month to tie in with Black History month. My students picked up on that association without me mentioning it. ...

    A young child?s first look at segregation and integration. Good for opening up discussions. ...

    This came across my desk at work as I was scanning in returned books and I just had to take a moment to read it. I'm biracial and it's rarely something I see in children's picture books. I absolutely love this. It approaches a topic that normally comes with a lot of heavy history and...

    I dunno you guys. This book didn't really work for me. It's not a great color-concept book because it doesn't spend a lot of time on "yellow and red makes orange" etc and some of the color combos are just wrong like "green plus orange makes...green?" It also didn't really work for me a...

    This book explores tolerance, discrimination, and segregation in a fun, accessible manner that will make an impact on kids and adults alike. The bravery of two dots to defy their community's segregation by color (red, blue, and yellow), results not only in the creation of a new color, ...

    4 1/2 stars Nobody is the best, but one day a Red announces that Reds are the best and starts the whole color war. Soon none of the colors are getting along; all of go their separate ways. Until, a small change happens! Sometimes that is all it takes, for one person to make a small ...

    A tale of three colors; red, yellow, and blue, who lived in harmony, until discord was caused to bring about isolation and separation. But one day a Yellow, and a Blue met, married, and had a Green, Soon discord was replaced by love, tolerance and the embracing of differences which led...

    Was reading this at #nerdcampMI and in the middle of reading it a teacher turned around to tell me that the boys in Thailand had all gotten out of the cave; I was reminded that there is potential for good in this world. ...

  • Beth Honeycutt
    Aug 26, 2018

    Wonderful book that teaches young children tolerance of others who may be different! ...

    I was impressed with how the author approached a challenging topic with grace and humor and in such a relatable fashion. The use of primary colors--red, yellows, blues--painted with black India ink and acrylics makes the images stand out and the message very clear. I had to smile at ho...

    A concept book that is funny, delivers a satisfying message, and has loads of visual appeal. It?s kind of an origin story for non-primary colors! At first, Red, Yellow and Blue live in harmony, but then there is a rift. Luckily, for humanity and art, Blue and Yellow fall in love and ...

    Masterfully written and illustrated with powerful metaphors for social justice. Tolerance, kindness, and seeing points of view of others are lessons kids will take to heart and, hopefully, share with others. Or, as my daughter said after reading, ?It doesn?t matter what you look li...

    This book is so cute, simple, and powerful! Only downside, I wish I wrote it myself. ...

    In the beginning there were three colors. Red, yellow and blue all lived in perfect harmony. Reds were loud, yellows were bright and blues were just cool. When the three colors start to have conflict with each other, they decide to segregate. All the yellows have their own part of the ...

    This review was originally written for The Baby Bookworm. Visit us for new picture books reviews daily! Hello, friends! Our book today is Mixed: A Colorful Story by Arree Chung, a wonderful lesson in the importance of community diversity. At first, there were only three color...

    This is a wonderful, fresh take on the usual colour mixing story. Even though I could predict that the colors would mix together, I didn?t realize it would happen in such a fun and visually exciting way. I really loved the way the author didn?t dumb down the text and used lovely wo...

    Such a wonderful book about diversity using colors!! Small children and adults will find the value in the book?s message! ...

    MIXED is a great new concept book that makes learning about colors fun for kids and adults! In the beginning there were three colors: Reds, Yellows, and Blues. Each of them had their own qualities and they lived in perfect harmony. One afternoon Reds decided to declare that they were t...

    Wow! The kids and I loved this book. The kids had huge smiles on their faces when we got to the end, and voted to give this book 5 stars. I love how it is both a book about colors (and different colors you can get from mixing - yellow + blue = green) AND also a book that shows how b...

    Mixed is a must-have PB from @arreechung. Powerful message in simple picture book. Life lessons around acceptance, tolerance, respect for others. Masterful use of primary colors to illustrate the beauty of diversity and acceptance for all. Great book for difficult and necessary convers...

    This is a great book to introduce diversity and discuss how and why people favor those who are like them... we read it this month to tie in with Black History month. My students picked up on that association without me mentioning it. ...

    A young child?s first look at segregation and integration. Good for opening up discussions. ...

    This came across my desk at work as I was scanning in returned books and I just had to take a moment to read it. I'm biracial and it's rarely something I see in children's picture books. I absolutely love this. It approaches a topic that normally comes with a lot of heavy history and...

    I dunno you guys. This book didn't really work for me. It's not a great color-concept book because it doesn't spend a lot of time on "yellow and red makes orange" etc and some of the color combos are just wrong like "green plus orange makes...green?" It also didn't really work for me a...

    This book explores tolerance, discrimination, and segregation in a fun, accessible manner that will make an impact on kids and adults alike. The bravery of two dots to defy their community's segregation by color (red, blue, and yellow), results not only in the creation of a new color, ...

    4 1/2 stars Nobody is the best, but one day a Red announces that Reds are the best and starts the whole color war. Soon none of the colors are getting along; all of go their separate ways. Until, a small change happens! Sometimes that is all it takes, for one person to make a small ...

    A tale of three colors; red, yellow, and blue, who lived in harmony, until discord was caused to bring about isolation and separation. But one day a Yellow, and a Blue met, married, and had a Green, Soon discord was replaced by love, tolerance and the embracing of differences which led...

    Was reading this at #nerdcampMI and in the middle of reading it a teacher turned around to tell me that the boys in Thailand had all gotten out of the cave; I was reminded that there is potential for good in this world. ...

    This book reminds me so much of Leo Lionni's classic book from 1959, "Little Blue and Little Yellow." The timeless themes are reinvented using bold and humorous illustrations. A great way for children to learn about colors, while getting an introduction to inclusion and diversity. ...

    An absolutely adorable book, with a much deeper meaning you'd appreciate again, and again. ...

    This is the most amazing book!! A must read!! ...

    When a picture book makes you tear up from joy and hope, that's a great book! This can serve as a great teaching tool about discrimination, segregation and the importance of diversity. ...

    Beautiful, simple and powerful. ...

    I liked this story so much. I can?t wait to share it with teachers tomorrow. ...

  • Anthony
    Sep 02, 2018

    Wonderful book that teaches young children tolerance of others who may be different! ...

    I was impressed with how the author approached a challenging topic with grace and humor and in such a relatable fashion. The use of primary colors--red, yellows, blues--painted with black India ink and acrylics makes the images stand out and the message very clear. I had to smile at ho...

    A concept book that is funny, delivers a satisfying message, and has loads of visual appeal. It?s kind of an origin story for non-primary colors! At first, Red, Yellow and Blue live in harmony, but then there is a rift. Luckily, for humanity and art, Blue and Yellow fall in love and ...

    Masterfully written and illustrated with powerful metaphors for social justice. Tolerance, kindness, and seeing points of view of others are lessons kids will take to heart and, hopefully, share with others. Or, as my daughter said after reading, ?It doesn?t matter what you look li...

    This book is so cute, simple, and powerful! Only downside, I wish I wrote it myself. ...

    In the beginning there were three colors. Red, yellow and blue all lived in perfect harmony. Reds were loud, yellows were bright and blues were just cool. When the three colors start to have conflict with each other, they decide to segregate. All the yellows have their own part of the ...

    This review was originally written for The Baby Bookworm. Visit us for new picture books reviews daily! Hello, friends! Our book today is Mixed: A Colorful Story by Arree Chung, a wonderful lesson in the importance of community diversity. At first, there were only three color...

    This is a wonderful, fresh take on the usual colour mixing story. Even though I could predict that the colors would mix together, I didn?t realize it would happen in such a fun and visually exciting way. I really loved the way the author didn?t dumb down the text and used lovely wo...

    Such a wonderful book about diversity using colors!! Small children and adults will find the value in the book?s message! ...

    MIXED is a great new concept book that makes learning about colors fun for kids and adults! In the beginning there were three colors: Reds, Yellows, and Blues. Each of them had their own qualities and they lived in perfect harmony. One afternoon Reds decided to declare that they were t...

    Wow! The kids and I loved this book. The kids had huge smiles on their faces when we got to the end, and voted to give this book 5 stars. I love how it is both a book about colors (and different colors you can get from mixing - yellow + blue = green) AND also a book that shows how b...

    Mixed is a must-have PB from @arreechung. Powerful message in simple picture book. Life lessons around acceptance, tolerance, respect for others. Masterful use of primary colors to illustrate the beauty of diversity and acceptance for all. Great book for difficult and necessary convers...

    This is a great book to introduce diversity and discuss how and why people favor those who are like them... we read it this month to tie in with Black History month. My students picked up on that association without me mentioning it. ...

    A young child?s first look at segregation and integration. Good for opening up discussions. ...

    This came across my desk at work as I was scanning in returned books and I just had to take a moment to read it. I'm biracial and it's rarely something I see in children's picture books. I absolutely love this. It approaches a topic that normally comes with a lot of heavy history and...

    I dunno you guys. This book didn't really work for me. It's not a great color-concept book because it doesn't spend a lot of time on "yellow and red makes orange" etc and some of the color combos are just wrong like "green plus orange makes...green?" It also didn't really work for me a...

    This book explores tolerance, discrimination, and segregation in a fun, accessible manner that will make an impact on kids and adults alike. The bravery of two dots to defy their community's segregation by color (red, blue, and yellow), results not only in the creation of a new color, ...

    4 1/2 stars Nobody is the best, but one day a Red announces that Reds are the best and starts the whole color war. Soon none of the colors are getting along; all of go their separate ways. Until, a small change happens! Sometimes that is all it takes, for one person to make a small ...

    A tale of three colors; red, yellow, and blue, who lived in harmony, until discord was caused to bring about isolation and separation. But one day a Yellow, and a Blue met, married, and had a Green, Soon discord was replaced by love, tolerance and the embracing of differences which led...

  • Erin
    Feb 13, 2019

    Wonderful book that teaches young children tolerance of others who may be different! ...

    I was impressed with how the author approached a challenging topic with grace and humor and in such a relatable fashion. The use of primary colors--red, yellows, blues--painted with black India ink and acrylics makes the images stand out and the message very clear. I had to smile at ho...

    A concept book that is funny, delivers a satisfying message, and has loads of visual appeal. It?s kind of an origin story for non-primary colors! At first, Red, Yellow and Blue live in harmony, but then there is a rift. Luckily, for humanity and art, Blue and Yellow fall in love and ...

    Masterfully written and illustrated with powerful metaphors for social justice. Tolerance, kindness, and seeing points of view of others are lessons kids will take to heart and, hopefully, share with others. Or, as my daughter said after reading, ?It doesn?t matter what you look li...

    This book is so cute, simple, and powerful! Only downside, I wish I wrote it myself. ...

    In the beginning there were three colors. Red, yellow and blue all lived in perfect harmony. Reds were loud, yellows were bright and blues were just cool. When the three colors start to have conflict with each other, they decide to segregate. All the yellows have their own part of the ...

    This review was originally written for The Baby Bookworm. Visit us for new picture books reviews daily! Hello, friends! Our book today is Mixed: A Colorful Story by Arree Chung, a wonderful lesson in the importance of community diversity. At first, there were only three color...

    This is a wonderful, fresh take on the usual colour mixing story. Even though I could predict that the colors would mix together, I didn?t realize it would happen in such a fun and visually exciting way. I really loved the way the author didn?t dumb down the text and used lovely wo...

    Such a wonderful book about diversity using colors!! Small children and adults will find the value in the book?s message! ...

    MIXED is a great new concept book that makes learning about colors fun for kids and adults! In the beginning there were three colors: Reds, Yellows, and Blues. Each of them had their own qualities and they lived in perfect harmony. One afternoon Reds decided to declare that they were t...

    Wow! The kids and I loved this book. The kids had huge smiles on their faces when we got to the end, and voted to give this book 5 stars. I love how it is both a book about colors (and different colors you can get from mixing - yellow + blue = green) AND also a book that shows how b...

    Mixed is a must-have PB from @arreechung. Powerful message in simple picture book. Life lessons around acceptance, tolerance, respect for others. Masterful use of primary colors to illustrate the beauty of diversity and acceptance for all. Great book for difficult and necessary convers...

    This is a great book to introduce diversity and discuss how and why people favor those who are like them... we read it this month to tie in with Black History month. My students picked up on that association without me mentioning it. ...

  • Alisha
    Jul 16, 2018

    Wonderful book that teaches young children tolerance of others who may be different! ...

    I was impressed with how the author approached a challenging topic with grace and humor and in such a relatable fashion. The use of primary colors--red, yellows, blues--painted with black India ink and acrylics makes the images stand out and the message very clear. I had to smile at ho...

    A concept book that is funny, delivers a satisfying message, and has loads of visual appeal. It?s kind of an origin story for non-primary colors! At first, Red, Yellow and Blue live in harmony, but then there is a rift. Luckily, for humanity and art, Blue and Yellow fall in love and ...

    Masterfully written and illustrated with powerful metaphors for social justice. Tolerance, kindness, and seeing points of view of others are lessons kids will take to heart and, hopefully, share with others. Or, as my daughter said after reading, ?It doesn?t matter what you look li...

    This book is so cute, simple, and powerful! Only downside, I wish I wrote it myself. ...

    In the beginning there were three colors. Red, yellow and blue all lived in perfect harmony. Reds were loud, yellows were bright and blues were just cool. When the three colors start to have conflict with each other, they decide to segregate. All the yellows have their own part of the ...

    This review was originally written for The Baby Bookworm. Visit us for new picture books reviews daily! Hello, friends! Our book today is Mixed: A Colorful Story by Arree Chung, a wonderful lesson in the importance of community diversity. At first, there were only three color...

    This is a wonderful, fresh take on the usual colour mixing story. Even though I could predict that the colors would mix together, I didn?t realize it would happen in such a fun and visually exciting way. I really loved the way the author didn?t dumb down the text and used lovely wo...

    Such a wonderful book about diversity using colors!! Small children and adults will find the value in the book?s message! ...

    MIXED is a great new concept book that makes learning about colors fun for kids and adults! In the beginning there were three colors: Reds, Yellows, and Blues. Each of them had their own qualities and they lived in perfect harmony. One afternoon Reds decided to declare that they were t...

    Wow! The kids and I loved this book. The kids had huge smiles on their faces when we got to the end, and voted to give this book 5 stars. I love how it is both a book about colors (and different colors you can get from mixing - yellow + blue = green) AND also a book that shows how b...

    Mixed is a must-have PB from @arreechung. Powerful message in simple picture book. Life lessons around acceptance, tolerance, respect for others. Masterful use of primary colors to illustrate the beauty of diversity and acceptance for all. Great book for difficult and necessary convers...

    This is a great book to introduce diversity and discuss how and why people favor those who are like them... we read it this month to tie in with Black History month. My students picked up on that association without me mentioning it. ...

    A young child?s first look at segregation and integration. Good for opening up discussions. ...

    This came across my desk at work as I was scanning in returned books and I just had to take a moment to read it. I'm biracial and it's rarely something I see in children's picture books. I absolutely love this. It approaches a topic that normally comes with a lot of heavy history and...

    I dunno you guys. This book didn't really work for me. It's not a great color-concept book because it doesn't spend a lot of time on "yellow and red makes orange" etc and some of the color combos are just wrong like "green plus orange makes...green?" It also didn't really work for me a...

  • Stephanie Tournas
    Aug 02, 2018

    Wonderful book that teaches young children tolerance of others who may be different! ...

    I was impressed with how the author approached a challenging topic with grace and humor and in such a relatable fashion. The use of primary colors--red, yellows, blues--painted with black India ink and acrylics makes the images stand out and the message very clear. I had to smile at ho...

    A concept book that is funny, delivers a satisfying message, and has loads of visual appeal. It?s kind of an origin story for non-primary colors! At first, Red, Yellow and Blue live in harmony, but then there is a rift. Luckily, for humanity and art, Blue and Yellow fall in love and ...

  • Lizzy Lan
    Jul 31, 2018

    Wonderful book that teaches young children tolerance of others who may be different! ...

    I was impressed with how the author approached a challenging topic with grace and humor and in such a relatable fashion. The use of primary colors--red, yellows, blues--painted with black India ink and acrylics makes the images stand out and the message very clear. I had to smile at ho...

    A concept book that is funny, delivers a satisfying message, and has loads of visual appeal. It?s kind of an origin story for non-primary colors! At first, Red, Yellow and Blue live in harmony, but then there is a rift. Luckily, for humanity and art, Blue and Yellow fall in love and ...

    Masterfully written and illustrated with powerful metaphors for social justice. Tolerance, kindness, and seeing points of view of others are lessons kids will take to heart and, hopefully, share with others. Or, as my daughter said after reading, ?It doesn?t matter what you look li...

    This book is so cute, simple, and powerful! Only downside, I wish I wrote it myself. ...

    In the beginning there were three colors. Red, yellow and blue all lived in perfect harmony. Reds were loud, yellows were bright and blues were just cool. When the three colors start to have conflict with each other, they decide to segregate. All the yellows have their own part of the ...

    This review was originally written for The Baby Bookworm. Visit us for new picture books reviews daily! Hello, friends! Our book today is Mixed: A Colorful Story by Arree Chung, a wonderful lesson in the importance of community diversity. At first, there were only three color...

    This is a wonderful, fresh take on the usual colour mixing story. Even though I could predict that the colors would mix together, I didn?t realize it would happen in such a fun and visually exciting way. I really loved the way the author didn?t dumb down the text and used lovely wo...

    Such a wonderful book about diversity using colors!! Small children and adults will find the value in the book?s message! ...

    MIXED is a great new concept book that makes learning about colors fun for kids and adults! In the beginning there were three colors: Reds, Yellows, and Blues. Each of them had their own qualities and they lived in perfect harmony. One afternoon Reds decided to declare that they were t...

    Wow! The kids and I loved this book. The kids had huge smiles on their faces when we got to the end, and voted to give this book 5 stars. I love how it is both a book about colors (and different colors you can get from mixing - yellow + blue = green) AND also a book that shows how b...

    Mixed is a must-have PB from @arreechung. Powerful message in simple picture book. Life lessons around acceptance, tolerance, respect for others. Masterful use of primary colors to illustrate the beauty of diversity and acceptance for all. Great book for difficult and necessary convers...

    This is a great book to introduce diversity and discuss how and why people favor those who are like them... we read it this month to tie in with Black History month. My students picked up on that association without me mentioning it. ...

    A young child?s first look at segregation and integration. Good for opening up discussions. ...

    This came across my desk at work as I was scanning in returned books and I just had to take a moment to read it. I'm biracial and it's rarely something I see in children's picture books. I absolutely love this. It approaches a topic that normally comes with a lot of heavy history and...

    I dunno you guys. This book didn't really work for me. It's not a great color-concept book because it doesn't spend a lot of time on "yellow and red makes orange" etc and some of the color combos are just wrong like "green plus orange makes...green?" It also didn't really work for me a...

    This book explores tolerance, discrimination, and segregation in a fun, accessible manner that will make an impact on kids and adults alike. The bravery of two dots to defy their community's segregation by color (red, blue, and yellow), results not only in the creation of a new color, ...

    4 1/2 stars Nobody is the best, but one day a Red announces that Reds are the best and starts the whole color war. Soon none of the colors are getting along; all of go their separate ways. Until, a small change happens! Sometimes that is all it takes, for one person to make a small ...

    A tale of three colors; red, yellow, and blue, who lived in harmony, until discord was caused to bring about isolation and separation. But one day a Yellow, and a Blue met, married, and had a Green, Soon discord was replaced by love, tolerance and the embracing of differences which led...

    Was reading this at #nerdcampMI and in the middle of reading it a teacher turned around to tell me that the boys in Thailand had all gotten out of the cave; I was reminded that there is potential for good in this world. ...

    This book reminds me so much of Leo Lionni's classic book from 1959, "Little Blue and Little Yellow." The timeless themes are reinvented using bold and humorous illustrations. A great way for children to learn about colors, while getting an introduction to inclusion and diversity. ...

    An absolutely adorable book, with a much deeper meaning you'd appreciate again, and again. ...

    This is the most amazing book!! A must read!! ...

  • Alene
    Jul 18, 2018

    Wonderful book that teaches young children tolerance of others who may be different! ...

    I was impressed with how the author approached a challenging topic with grace and humor and in such a relatable fashion. The use of primary colors--red, yellows, blues--painted with black India ink and acrylics makes the images stand out and the message very clear. I had to smile at ho...

    A concept book that is funny, delivers a satisfying message, and has loads of visual appeal. It?s kind of an origin story for non-primary colors! At first, Red, Yellow and Blue live in harmony, but then there is a rift. Luckily, for humanity and art, Blue and Yellow fall in love and ...

    Masterfully written and illustrated with powerful metaphors for social justice. Tolerance, kindness, and seeing points of view of others are lessons kids will take to heart and, hopefully, share with others. Or, as my daughter said after reading, ?It doesn?t matter what you look li...

    This book is so cute, simple, and powerful! Only downside, I wish I wrote it myself. ...

    In the beginning there were three colors. Red, yellow and blue all lived in perfect harmony. Reds were loud, yellows were bright and blues were just cool. When the three colors start to have conflict with each other, they decide to segregate. All the yellows have their own part of the ...

    This review was originally written for The Baby Bookworm. Visit us for new picture books reviews daily! Hello, friends! Our book today is Mixed: A Colorful Story by Arree Chung, a wonderful lesson in the importance of community diversity. At first, there were only three color...

    This is a wonderful, fresh take on the usual colour mixing story. Even though I could predict that the colors would mix together, I didn?t realize it would happen in such a fun and visually exciting way. I really loved the way the author didn?t dumb down the text and used lovely wo...

    Such a wonderful book about diversity using colors!! Small children and adults will find the value in the book?s message! ...

    MIXED is a great new concept book that makes learning about colors fun for kids and adults! In the beginning there were three colors: Reds, Yellows, and Blues. Each of them had their own qualities and they lived in perfect harmony. One afternoon Reds decided to declare that they were t...

    Wow! The kids and I loved this book. The kids had huge smiles on their faces when we got to the end, and voted to give this book 5 stars. I love how it is both a book about colors (and different colors you can get from mixing - yellow + blue = green) AND also a book that shows how b...

    Mixed is a must-have PB from @arreechung. Powerful message in simple picture book. Life lessons around acceptance, tolerance, respect for others. Masterful use of primary colors to illustrate the beauty of diversity and acceptance for all. Great book for difficult and necessary convers...

    This is a great book to introduce diversity and discuss how and why people favor those who are like them... we read it this month to tie in with Black History month. My students picked up on that association without me mentioning it. ...

    A young child?s first look at segregation and integration. Good for opening up discussions. ...

    This came across my desk at work as I was scanning in returned books and I just had to take a moment to read it. I'm biracial and it's rarely something I see in children's picture books. I absolutely love this. It approaches a topic that normally comes with a lot of heavy history and...

    I dunno you guys. This book didn't really work for me. It's not a great color-concept book because it doesn't spend a lot of time on "yellow and red makes orange" etc and some of the color combos are just wrong like "green plus orange makes...green?" It also didn't really work for me a...

    This book explores tolerance, discrimination, and segregation in a fun, accessible manner that will make an impact on kids and adults alike. The bravery of two dots to defy their community's segregation by color (red, blue, and yellow), results not only in the creation of a new color, ...

    4 1/2 stars Nobody is the best, but one day a Red announces that Reds are the best and starts the whole color war. Soon none of the colors are getting along; all of go their separate ways. Until, a small change happens! Sometimes that is all it takes, for one person to make a small ...

    A tale of three colors; red, yellow, and blue, who lived in harmony, until discord was caused to bring about isolation and separation. But one day a Yellow, and a Blue met, married, and had a Green, Soon discord was replaced by love, tolerance and the embracing of differences which led...

    Was reading this at #nerdcampMI and in the middle of reading it a teacher turned around to tell me that the boys in Thailand had all gotten out of the cave; I was reminded that there is potential for good in this world. ...

    This book reminds me so much of Leo Lionni's classic book from 1959, "Little Blue and Little Yellow." The timeless themes are reinvented using bold and humorous illustrations. A great way for children to learn about colors, while getting an introduction to inclusion and diversity. ...

  • Brittany Craig
    Jul 23, 2018

    Wonderful book that teaches young children tolerance of others who may be different! ...

    I was impressed with how the author approached a challenging topic with grace and humor and in such a relatable fashion. The use of primary colors--red, yellows, blues--painted with black India ink and acrylics makes the images stand out and the message very clear. I had to smile at ho...

    A concept book that is funny, delivers a satisfying message, and has loads of visual appeal. It?s kind of an origin story for non-primary colors! At first, Red, Yellow and Blue live in harmony, but then there is a rift. Luckily, for humanity and art, Blue and Yellow fall in love and ...

    Masterfully written and illustrated with powerful metaphors for social justice. Tolerance, kindness, and seeing points of view of others are lessons kids will take to heart and, hopefully, share with others. Or, as my daughter said after reading, ?It doesn?t matter what you look li...

    This book is so cute, simple, and powerful! Only downside, I wish I wrote it myself. ...

    In the beginning there were three colors. Red, yellow and blue all lived in perfect harmony. Reds were loud, yellows were bright and blues were just cool. When the three colors start to have conflict with each other, they decide to segregate. All the yellows have their own part of the ...

    This review was originally written for The Baby Bookworm. Visit us for new picture books reviews daily! Hello, friends! Our book today is Mixed: A Colorful Story by Arree Chung, a wonderful lesson in the importance of community diversity. At first, there were only three color...

    This is a wonderful, fresh take on the usual colour mixing story. Even though I could predict that the colors would mix together, I didn?t realize it would happen in such a fun and visually exciting way. I really loved the way the author didn?t dumb down the text and used lovely wo...

    Such a wonderful book about diversity using colors!! Small children and adults will find the value in the book?s message! ...

    MIXED is a great new concept book that makes learning about colors fun for kids and adults! In the beginning there were three colors: Reds, Yellows, and Blues. Each of them had their own qualities and they lived in perfect harmony. One afternoon Reds decided to declare that they were t...

    Wow! The kids and I loved this book. The kids had huge smiles on their faces when we got to the end, and voted to give this book 5 stars. I love how it is both a book about colors (and different colors you can get from mixing - yellow + blue = green) AND also a book that shows how b...

    Mixed is a must-have PB from @arreechung. Powerful message in simple picture book. Life lessons around acceptance, tolerance, respect for others. Masterful use of primary colors to illustrate the beauty of diversity and acceptance for all. Great book for difficult and necessary convers...

    This is a great book to introduce diversity and discuss how and why people favor those who are like them... we read it this month to tie in with Black History month. My students picked up on that association without me mentioning it. ...

    A young child?s first look at segregation and integration. Good for opening up discussions. ...

    This came across my desk at work as I was scanning in returned books and I just had to take a moment to read it. I'm biracial and it's rarely something I see in children's picture books. I absolutely love this. It approaches a topic that normally comes with a lot of heavy history and...

    I dunno you guys. This book didn't really work for me. It's not a great color-concept book because it doesn't spend a lot of time on "yellow and red makes orange" etc and some of the color combos are just wrong like "green plus orange makes...green?" It also didn't really work for me a...

    This book explores tolerance, discrimination, and segregation in a fun, accessible manner that will make an impact on kids and adults alike. The bravery of two dots to defy their community's segregation by color (red, blue, and yellow), results not only in the creation of a new color, ...

    4 1/2 stars Nobody is the best, but one day a Red announces that Reds are the best and starts the whole color war. Soon none of the colors are getting along; all of go their separate ways. Until, a small change happens! Sometimes that is all it takes, for one person to make a small ...

    A tale of three colors; red, yellow, and blue, who lived in harmony, until discord was caused to bring about isolation and separation. But one day a Yellow, and a Blue met, married, and had a Green, Soon discord was replaced by love, tolerance and the embracing of differences which led...

    Was reading this at #nerdcampMI and in the middle of reading it a teacher turned around to tell me that the boys in Thailand had all gotten out of the cave; I was reminded that there is potential for good in this world. ...

    This book reminds me so much of Leo Lionni's classic book from 1959, "Little Blue and Little Yellow." The timeless themes are reinvented using bold and humorous illustrations. A great way for children to learn about colors, while getting an introduction to inclusion and diversity. ...

    An absolutely adorable book, with a much deeper meaning you'd appreciate again, and again. ...

    This is the most amazing book!! A must read!! ...

    When a picture book makes you tear up from joy and hope, that's a great book! This can serve as a great teaching tool about discrimination, segregation and the importance of diversity. ...

  • Tin Cheung
    Oct 14, 2018

    Wonderful book that teaches young children tolerance of others who may be different! ...

    I was impressed with how the author approached a challenging topic with grace and humor and in such a relatable fashion. The use of primary colors--red, yellows, blues--painted with black India ink and acrylics makes the images stand out and the message very clear. I had to smile at ho...

    A concept book that is funny, delivers a satisfying message, and has loads of visual appeal. It?s kind of an origin story for non-primary colors! At first, Red, Yellow and Blue live in harmony, but then there is a rift. Luckily, for humanity and art, Blue and Yellow fall in love and ...

    Masterfully written and illustrated with powerful metaphors for social justice. Tolerance, kindness, and seeing points of view of others are lessons kids will take to heart and, hopefully, share with others. Or, as my daughter said after reading, ?It doesn?t matter what you look li...

    This book is so cute, simple, and powerful! Only downside, I wish I wrote it myself. ...

    In the beginning there were three colors. Red, yellow and blue all lived in perfect harmony. Reds were loud, yellows were bright and blues were just cool. When the three colors start to have conflict with each other, they decide to segregate. All the yellows have their own part of the ...

    This review was originally written for The Baby Bookworm. Visit us for new picture books reviews daily! Hello, friends! Our book today is Mixed: A Colorful Story by Arree Chung, a wonderful lesson in the importance of community diversity. At first, there were only three color...

    This is a wonderful, fresh take on the usual colour mixing story. Even though I could predict that the colors would mix together, I didn?t realize it would happen in such a fun and visually exciting way. I really loved the way the author didn?t dumb down the text and used lovely wo...

    Such a wonderful book about diversity using colors!! Small children and adults will find the value in the book?s message! ...

    MIXED is a great new concept book that makes learning about colors fun for kids and adults! In the beginning there were three colors: Reds, Yellows, and Blues. Each of them had their own qualities and they lived in perfect harmony. One afternoon Reds decided to declare that they were t...

    Wow! The kids and I loved this book. The kids had huge smiles on their faces when we got to the end, and voted to give this book 5 stars. I love how it is both a book about colors (and different colors you can get from mixing - yellow + blue = green) AND also a book that shows how b...

    Mixed is a must-have PB from @arreechung. Powerful message in simple picture book. Life lessons around acceptance, tolerance, respect for others. Masterful use of primary colors to illustrate the beauty of diversity and acceptance for all. Great book for difficult and necessary convers...

    This is a great book to introduce diversity and discuss how and why people favor those who are like them... we read it this month to tie in with Black History month. My students picked up on that association without me mentioning it. ...

    A young child?s first look at segregation and integration. Good for opening up discussions. ...

    This came across my desk at work as I was scanning in returned books and I just had to take a moment to read it. I'm biracial and it's rarely something I see in children's picture books. I absolutely love this. It approaches a topic that normally comes with a lot of heavy history and...

    I dunno you guys. This book didn't really work for me. It's not a great color-concept book because it doesn't spend a lot of time on "yellow and red makes orange" etc and some of the color combos are just wrong like "green plus orange makes...green?" It also didn't really work for me a...

    This book explores tolerance, discrimination, and segregation in a fun, accessible manner that will make an impact on kids and adults alike. The bravery of two dots to defy their community's segregation by color (red, blue, and yellow), results not only in the creation of a new color, ...

    4 1/2 stars Nobody is the best, but one day a Red announces that Reds are the best and starts the whole color war. Soon none of the colors are getting along; all of go their separate ways. Until, a small change happens! Sometimes that is all it takes, for one person to make a small ...

    A tale of three colors; red, yellow, and blue, who lived in harmony, until discord was caused to bring about isolation and separation. But one day a Yellow, and a Blue met, married, and had a Green, Soon discord was replaced by love, tolerance and the embracing of differences which led...

    Was reading this at #nerdcampMI and in the middle of reading it a teacher turned around to tell me that the boys in Thailand had all gotten out of the cave; I was reminded that there is potential for good in this world. ...

    This book reminds me so much of Leo Lionni's classic book from 1959, "Little Blue and Little Yellow." The timeless themes are reinvented using bold and humorous illustrations. A great way for children to learn about colors, while getting an introduction to inclusion and diversity. ...

    An absolutely adorable book, with a much deeper meaning you'd appreciate again, and again. ...

    This is the most amazing book!! A must read!! ...

    When a picture book makes you tear up from joy and hope, that's a great book! This can serve as a great teaching tool about discrimination, segregation and the importance of diversity. ...

    Beautiful, simple and powerful. ...

  • Maria Marshall
    Jul 13, 2018

    Wonderful book that teaches young children tolerance of others who may be different! ...

    I was impressed with how the author approached a challenging topic with grace and humor and in such a relatable fashion. The use of primary colors--red, yellows, blues--painted with black India ink and acrylics makes the images stand out and the message very clear. I had to smile at ho...

    A concept book that is funny, delivers a satisfying message, and has loads of visual appeal. It?s kind of an origin story for non-primary colors! At first, Red, Yellow and Blue live in harmony, but then there is a rift. Luckily, for humanity and art, Blue and Yellow fall in love and ...

    Masterfully written and illustrated with powerful metaphors for social justice. Tolerance, kindness, and seeing points of view of others are lessons kids will take to heart and, hopefully, share with others. Or, as my daughter said after reading, ?It doesn?t matter what you look li...

    This book is so cute, simple, and powerful! Only downside, I wish I wrote it myself. ...

    In the beginning there were three colors. Red, yellow and blue all lived in perfect harmony. Reds were loud, yellows were bright and blues were just cool. When the three colors start to have conflict with each other, they decide to segregate. All the yellows have their own part of the ...

    This review was originally written for The Baby Bookworm. Visit us for new picture books reviews daily! Hello, friends! Our book today is Mixed: A Colorful Story by Arree Chung, a wonderful lesson in the importance of community diversity. At first, there were only three color...

    This is a wonderful, fresh take on the usual colour mixing story. Even though I could predict that the colors would mix together, I didn?t realize it would happen in such a fun and visually exciting way. I really loved the way the author didn?t dumb down the text and used lovely wo...

    Such a wonderful book about diversity using colors!! Small children and adults will find the value in the book?s message! ...

    MIXED is a great new concept book that makes learning about colors fun for kids and adults! In the beginning there were three colors: Reds, Yellows, and Blues. Each of them had their own qualities and they lived in perfect harmony. One afternoon Reds decided to declare that they were t...

    Wow! The kids and I loved this book. The kids had huge smiles on their faces when we got to the end, and voted to give this book 5 stars. I love how it is both a book about colors (and different colors you can get from mixing - yellow + blue = green) AND also a book that shows how b...

    Mixed is a must-have PB from @arreechung. Powerful message in simple picture book. Life lessons around acceptance, tolerance, respect for others. Masterful use of primary colors to illustrate the beauty of diversity and acceptance for all. Great book for difficult and necessary convers...

    This is a great book to introduce diversity and discuss how and why people favor those who are like them... we read it this month to tie in with Black History month. My students picked up on that association without me mentioning it. ...

    A young child?s first look at segregation and integration. Good for opening up discussions. ...

    This came across my desk at work as I was scanning in returned books and I just had to take a moment to read it. I'm biracial and it's rarely something I see in children's picture books. I absolutely love this. It approaches a topic that normally comes with a lot of heavy history and...

    I dunno you guys. This book didn't really work for me. It's not a great color-concept book because it doesn't spend a lot of time on "yellow and red makes orange" etc and some of the color combos are just wrong like "green plus orange makes...green?" It also didn't really work for me a...

    This book explores tolerance, discrimination, and segregation in a fun, accessible manner that will make an impact on kids and adults alike. The bravery of two dots to defy their community's segregation by color (red, blue, and yellow), results not only in the creation of a new color, ...

  • Annese
    Jul 03, 2018

    Wonderful book that teaches young children tolerance of others who may be different! ...

    I was impressed with how the author approached a challenging topic with grace and humor and in such a relatable fashion. The use of primary colors--red, yellows, blues--painted with black India ink and acrylics makes the images stand out and the message very clear. I had to smile at ho...

    A concept book that is funny, delivers a satisfying message, and has loads of visual appeal. It?s kind of an origin story for non-primary colors! At first, Red, Yellow and Blue live in harmony, but then there is a rift. Luckily, for humanity and art, Blue and Yellow fall in love and ...

    Masterfully written and illustrated with powerful metaphors for social justice. Tolerance, kindness, and seeing points of view of others are lessons kids will take to heart and, hopefully, share with others. Or, as my daughter said after reading, ?It doesn?t matter what you look li...

    This book is so cute, simple, and powerful! Only downside, I wish I wrote it myself. ...

  • Dian Burns
    Nov 21, 2018

    Wonderful book that teaches young children tolerance of others who may be different! ...

    I was impressed with how the author approached a challenging topic with grace and humor and in such a relatable fashion. The use of primary colors--red, yellows, blues--painted with black India ink and acrylics makes the images stand out and the message very clear. I had to smile at ho...

    A concept book that is funny, delivers a satisfying message, and has loads of visual appeal. It?s kind of an origin story for non-primary colors! At first, Red, Yellow and Blue live in harmony, but then there is a rift. Luckily, for humanity and art, Blue and Yellow fall in love and ...

    Masterfully written and illustrated with powerful metaphors for social justice. Tolerance, kindness, and seeing points of view of others are lessons kids will take to heart and, hopefully, share with others. Or, as my daughter said after reading, ?It doesn?t matter what you look li...

    This book is so cute, simple, and powerful! Only downside, I wish I wrote it myself. ...

    In the beginning there were three colors. Red, yellow and blue all lived in perfect harmony. Reds were loud, yellows were bright and blues were just cool. When the three colors start to have conflict with each other, they decide to segregate. All the yellows have their own part of the ...

    This review was originally written for The Baby Bookworm. Visit us for new picture books reviews daily! Hello, friends! Our book today is Mixed: A Colorful Story by Arree Chung, a wonderful lesson in the importance of community diversity. At first, there were only three color...

    This is a wonderful, fresh take on the usual colour mixing story. Even though I could predict that the colors would mix together, I didn?t realize it would happen in such a fun and visually exciting way. I really loved the way the author didn?t dumb down the text and used lovely wo...

    Such a wonderful book about diversity using colors!! Small children and adults will find the value in the book?s message! ...

    MIXED is a great new concept book that makes learning about colors fun for kids and adults! In the beginning there were three colors: Reds, Yellows, and Blues. Each of them had their own qualities and they lived in perfect harmony. One afternoon Reds decided to declare that they were t...

    Wow! The kids and I loved this book. The kids had huge smiles on their faces when we got to the end, and voted to give this book 5 stars. I love how it is both a book about colors (and different colors you can get from mixing - yellow + blue = green) AND also a book that shows how b...

    Mixed is a must-have PB from @arreechung. Powerful message in simple picture book. Life lessons around acceptance, tolerance, respect for others. Masterful use of primary colors to illustrate the beauty of diversity and acceptance for all. Great book for difficult and necessary convers...

    This is a great book to introduce diversity and discuss how and why people favor those who are like them... we read it this month to tie in with Black History month. My students picked up on that association without me mentioning it. ...

    A young child?s first look at segregation and integration. Good for opening up discussions. ...

    This came across my desk at work as I was scanning in returned books and I just had to take a moment to read it. I'm biracial and it's rarely something I see in children's picture books. I absolutely love this. It approaches a topic that normally comes with a lot of heavy history and...

    I dunno you guys. This book didn't really work for me. It's not a great color-concept book because it doesn't spend a lot of time on "yellow and red makes orange" etc and some of the color combos are just wrong like "green plus orange makes...green?" It also didn't really work for me a...

    This book explores tolerance, discrimination, and segregation in a fun, accessible manner that will make an impact on kids and adults alike. The bravery of two dots to defy their community's segregation by color (red, blue, and yellow), results not only in the creation of a new color, ...

    4 1/2 stars Nobody is the best, but one day a Red announces that Reds are the best and starts the whole color war. Soon none of the colors are getting along; all of go their separate ways. Until, a small change happens! Sometimes that is all it takes, for one person to make a small ...

    A tale of three colors; red, yellow, and blue, who lived in harmony, until discord was caused to bring about isolation and separation. But one day a Yellow, and a Blue met, married, and had a Green, Soon discord was replaced by love, tolerance and the embracing of differences which led...

    Was reading this at #nerdcampMI and in the middle of reading it a teacher turned around to tell me that the boys in Thailand had all gotten out of the cave; I was reminded that there is potential for good in this world. ...

    This book reminds me so much of Leo Lionni's classic book from 1959, "Little Blue and Little Yellow." The timeless themes are reinvented using bold and humorous illustrations. A great way for children to learn about colors, while getting an introduction to inclusion and diversity. ...

    An absolutely adorable book, with a much deeper meaning you'd appreciate again, and again. ...

  • Terri Farris
    Jul 20, 2018

    Wonderful book that teaches young children tolerance of others who may be different! ...

    I was impressed with how the author approached a challenging topic with grace and humor and in such a relatable fashion. The use of primary colors--red, yellows, blues--painted with black India ink and acrylics makes the images stand out and the message very clear. I had to smile at ho...

    A concept book that is funny, delivers a satisfying message, and has loads of visual appeal. It?s kind of an origin story for non-primary colors! At first, Red, Yellow and Blue live in harmony, but then there is a rift. Luckily, for humanity and art, Blue and Yellow fall in love and ...

    Masterfully written and illustrated with powerful metaphors for social justice. Tolerance, kindness, and seeing points of view of others are lessons kids will take to heart and, hopefully, share with others. Or, as my daughter said after reading, ?It doesn?t matter what you look li...

    This book is so cute, simple, and powerful! Only downside, I wish I wrote it myself. ...

    In the beginning there were three colors. Red, yellow and blue all lived in perfect harmony. Reds were loud, yellows were bright and blues were just cool. When the three colors start to have conflict with each other, they decide to segregate. All the yellows have their own part of the ...

    This review was originally written for The Baby Bookworm. Visit us for new picture books reviews daily! Hello, friends! Our book today is Mixed: A Colorful Story by Arree Chung, a wonderful lesson in the importance of community diversity. At first, there were only three color...

    This is a wonderful, fresh take on the usual colour mixing story. Even though I could predict that the colors would mix together, I didn?t realize it would happen in such a fun and visually exciting way. I really loved the way the author didn?t dumb down the text and used lovely wo...

    Such a wonderful book about diversity using colors!! Small children and adults will find the value in the book?s message! ...

    MIXED is a great new concept book that makes learning about colors fun for kids and adults! In the beginning there were three colors: Reds, Yellows, and Blues. Each of them had their own qualities and they lived in perfect harmony. One afternoon Reds decided to declare that they were t...

    Wow! The kids and I loved this book. The kids had huge smiles on their faces when we got to the end, and voted to give this book 5 stars. I love how it is both a book about colors (and different colors you can get from mixing - yellow + blue = green) AND also a book that shows how b...

    Mixed is a must-have PB from @arreechung. Powerful message in simple picture book. Life lessons around acceptance, tolerance, respect for others. Masterful use of primary colors to illustrate the beauty of diversity and acceptance for all. Great book for difficult and necessary convers...

    This is a great book to introduce diversity and discuss how and why people favor those who are like them... we read it this month to tie in with Black History month. My students picked up on that association without me mentioning it. ...

    A young child?s first look at segregation and integration. Good for opening up discussions. ...

    This came across my desk at work as I was scanning in returned books and I just had to take a moment to read it. I'm biracial and it's rarely something I see in children's picture books. I absolutely love this. It approaches a topic that normally comes with a lot of heavy history and...

    I dunno you guys. This book didn't really work for me. It's not a great color-concept book because it doesn't spend a lot of time on "yellow and red makes orange" etc and some of the color combos are just wrong like "green plus orange makes...green?" It also didn't really work for me a...

    This book explores tolerance, discrimination, and segregation in a fun, accessible manner that will make an impact on kids and adults alike. The bravery of two dots to defy their community's segregation by color (red, blue, and yellow), results not only in the creation of a new color, ...

    4 1/2 stars Nobody is the best, but one day a Red announces that Reds are the best and starts the whole color war. Soon none of the colors are getting along; all of go their separate ways. Until, a small change happens! Sometimes that is all it takes, for one person to make a small ...

    A tale of three colors; red, yellow, and blue, who lived in harmony, until discord was caused to bring about isolation and separation. But one day a Yellow, and a Blue met, married, and had a Green, Soon discord was replaced by love, tolerance and the embracing of differences which led...

    Was reading this at #nerdcampMI and in the middle of reading it a teacher turned around to tell me that the boys in Thailand had all gotten out of the cave; I was reminded that there is potential for good in this world. ...

    This book reminds me so much of Leo Lionni's classic book from 1959, "Little Blue and Little Yellow." The timeless themes are reinvented using bold and humorous illustrations. A great way for children to learn about colors, while getting an introduction to inclusion and diversity. ...

    An absolutely adorable book, with a much deeper meaning you'd appreciate again, and again. ...

    This is the most amazing book!! A must read!! ...

    When a picture book makes you tear up from joy and hope, that's a great book! This can serve as a great teaching tool about discrimination, segregation and the importance of diversity. ...

    Beautiful, simple and powerful. ...

    I liked this story so much. I can?t wait to share it with teachers tomorrow. ...

    A book that can be used with a variety of ages and have different conversations about how we?re all special. ...

    Every child, school, and library needs this book on their shelf. ??? ...

    Bright Colors to attract the eye. Message presented in a wonderful way ...

  • Natasha
    Jul 19, 2018

    Wonderful book that teaches young children tolerance of others who may be different! ...

    I was impressed with how the author approached a challenging topic with grace and humor and in such a relatable fashion. The use of primary colors--red, yellows, blues--painted with black India ink and acrylics makes the images stand out and the message very clear. I had to smile at ho...

    A concept book that is funny, delivers a satisfying message, and has loads of visual appeal. It?s kind of an origin story for non-primary colors! At first, Red, Yellow and Blue live in harmony, but then there is a rift. Luckily, for humanity and art, Blue and Yellow fall in love and ...

    Masterfully written and illustrated with powerful metaphors for social justice. Tolerance, kindness, and seeing points of view of others are lessons kids will take to heart and, hopefully, share with others. Or, as my daughter said after reading, ?It doesn?t matter what you look li...

    This book is so cute, simple, and powerful! Only downside, I wish I wrote it myself. ...

    In the beginning there were three colors. Red, yellow and blue all lived in perfect harmony. Reds were loud, yellows were bright and blues were just cool. When the three colors start to have conflict with each other, they decide to segregate. All the yellows have their own part of the ...

    This review was originally written for The Baby Bookworm. Visit us for new picture books reviews daily! Hello, friends! Our book today is Mixed: A Colorful Story by Arree Chung, a wonderful lesson in the importance of community diversity. At first, there were only three color...

    This is a wonderful, fresh take on the usual colour mixing story. Even though I could predict that the colors would mix together, I didn?t realize it would happen in such a fun and visually exciting way. I really loved the way the author didn?t dumb down the text and used lovely wo...

    Such a wonderful book about diversity using colors!! Small children and adults will find the value in the book?s message! ...

    MIXED is a great new concept book that makes learning about colors fun for kids and adults! In the beginning there were three colors: Reds, Yellows, and Blues. Each of them had their own qualities and they lived in perfect harmony. One afternoon Reds decided to declare that they were t...

    Wow! The kids and I loved this book. The kids had huge smiles on their faces when we got to the end, and voted to give this book 5 stars. I love how it is both a book about colors (and different colors you can get from mixing - yellow + blue = green) AND also a book that shows how b...

    Mixed is a must-have PB from @arreechung. Powerful message in simple picture book. Life lessons around acceptance, tolerance, respect for others. Masterful use of primary colors to illustrate the beauty of diversity and acceptance for all. Great book for difficult and necessary convers...

    This is a great book to introduce diversity and discuss how and why people favor those who are like them... we read it this month to tie in with Black History month. My students picked up on that association without me mentioning it. ...

    A young child?s first look at segregation and integration. Good for opening up discussions. ...

    This came across my desk at work as I was scanning in returned books and I just had to take a moment to read it. I'm biracial and it's rarely something I see in children's picture books. I absolutely love this. It approaches a topic that normally comes with a lot of heavy history and...

    I dunno you guys. This book didn't really work for me. It's not a great color-concept book because it doesn't spend a lot of time on "yellow and red makes orange" etc and some of the color combos are just wrong like "green plus orange makes...green?" It also didn't really work for me a...

    This book explores tolerance, discrimination, and segregation in a fun, accessible manner that will make an impact on kids and adults alike. The bravery of two dots to defy their community's segregation by color (red, blue, and yellow), results not only in the creation of a new color, ...

    4 1/2 stars Nobody is the best, but one day a Red announces that Reds are the best and starts the whole color war. Soon none of the colors are getting along; all of go their separate ways. Until, a small change happens! Sometimes that is all it takes, for one person to make a small ...

    A tale of three colors; red, yellow, and blue, who lived in harmony, until discord was caused to bring about isolation and separation. But one day a Yellow, and a Blue met, married, and had a Green, Soon discord was replaced by love, tolerance and the embracing of differences which led...

    Was reading this at #nerdcampMI and in the middle of reading it a teacher turned around to tell me that the boys in Thailand had all gotten out of the cave; I was reminded that there is potential for good in this world. ...

    This book reminds me so much of Leo Lionni's classic book from 1959, "Little Blue and Little Yellow." The timeless themes are reinvented using bold and humorous illustrations. A great way for children to learn about colors, while getting an introduction to inclusion and diversity. ...

    An absolutely adorable book, with a much deeper meaning you'd appreciate again, and again. ...

    This is the most amazing book!! A must read!! ...

    When a picture book makes you tear up from joy and hope, that's a great book! This can serve as a great teaching tool about discrimination, segregation and the importance of diversity. ...

    Beautiful, simple and powerful. ...

    I liked this story so much. I can?t wait to share it with teachers tomorrow. ...

    A book that can be used with a variety of ages and have different conversations about how we?re all special. ...

    Every child, school, and library needs this book on their shelf. ??? ...

  • Baby Bookworm
    Jul 03, 2018

    Wonderful book that teaches young children tolerance of others who may be different! ...

    I was impressed with how the author approached a challenging topic with grace and humor and in such a relatable fashion. The use of primary colors--red, yellows, blues--painted with black India ink and acrylics makes the images stand out and the message very clear. I had to smile at ho...

    A concept book that is funny, delivers a satisfying message, and has loads of visual appeal. It?s kind of an origin story for non-primary colors! At first, Red, Yellow and Blue live in harmony, but then there is a rift. Luckily, for humanity and art, Blue and Yellow fall in love and ...

    Masterfully written and illustrated with powerful metaphors for social justice. Tolerance, kindness, and seeing points of view of others are lessons kids will take to heart and, hopefully, share with others. Or, as my daughter said after reading, ?It doesn?t matter what you look li...

    This book is so cute, simple, and powerful! Only downside, I wish I wrote it myself. ...

    In the beginning there were three colors. Red, yellow and blue all lived in perfect harmony. Reds were loud, yellows were bright and blues were just cool. When the three colors start to have conflict with each other, they decide to segregate. All the yellows have their own part of the ...

    This review was originally written for The Baby Bookworm. Visit us for new picture books reviews daily! Hello, friends! Our book today is Mixed: A Colorful Story by Arree Chung, a wonderful lesson in the importance of community diversity. At first, there were only three color...

  • Jon(athan) Nakapalau
    Apr 11, 2019

    Wonderful book that teaches young children tolerance of others who may be different! ...

  • Viviane Elbee
    Sep 03, 2018

    Wonderful book that teaches young children tolerance of others who may be different! ...

    I was impressed with how the author approached a challenging topic with grace and humor and in such a relatable fashion. The use of primary colors--red, yellows, blues--painted with black India ink and acrylics makes the images stand out and the message very clear. I had to smile at ho...

    A concept book that is funny, delivers a satisfying message, and has loads of visual appeal. It?s kind of an origin story for non-primary colors! At first, Red, Yellow and Blue live in harmony, but then there is a rift. Luckily, for humanity and art, Blue and Yellow fall in love and ...

    Masterfully written and illustrated with powerful metaphors for social justice. Tolerance, kindness, and seeing points of view of others are lessons kids will take to heart and, hopefully, share with others. Or, as my daughter said after reading, ?It doesn?t matter what you look li...

    This book is so cute, simple, and powerful! Only downside, I wish I wrote it myself. ...

    In the beginning there were three colors. Red, yellow and blue all lived in perfect harmony. Reds were loud, yellows were bright and blues were just cool. When the three colors start to have conflict with each other, they decide to segregate. All the yellows have their own part of the ...

    This review was originally written for The Baby Bookworm. Visit us for new picture books reviews daily! Hello, friends! Our book today is Mixed: A Colorful Story by Arree Chung, a wonderful lesson in the importance of community diversity. At first, there were only three color...

    This is a wonderful, fresh take on the usual colour mixing story. Even though I could predict that the colors would mix together, I didn?t realize it would happen in such a fun and visually exciting way. I really loved the way the author didn?t dumb down the text and used lovely wo...

    Such a wonderful book about diversity using colors!! Small children and adults will find the value in the book?s message! ...

    MIXED is a great new concept book that makes learning about colors fun for kids and adults! In the beginning there were three colors: Reds, Yellows, and Blues. Each of them had their own qualities and they lived in perfect harmony. One afternoon Reds decided to declare that they were t...

    Wow! The kids and I loved this book. The kids had huge smiles on their faces when we got to the end, and voted to give this book 5 stars. I love how it is both a book about colors (and different colors you can get from mixing - yellow + blue = green) AND also a book that shows how b...

  • JoEllen
    Oct 11, 2017

    Wonderful book that teaches young children tolerance of others who may be different! ...

    I was impressed with how the author approached a challenging topic with grace and humor and in such a relatable fashion. The use of primary colors--red, yellows, blues--painted with black India ink and acrylics makes the images stand out and the message very clear. I had to smile at ho...

    A concept book that is funny, delivers a satisfying message, and has loads of visual appeal. It?s kind of an origin story for non-primary colors! At first, Red, Yellow and Blue live in harmony, but then there is a rift. Luckily, for humanity and art, Blue and Yellow fall in love and ...

    Masterfully written and illustrated with powerful metaphors for social justice. Tolerance, kindness, and seeing points of view of others are lessons kids will take to heart and, hopefully, share with others. Or, as my daughter said after reading, ?It doesn?t matter what you look li...

    This book is so cute, simple, and powerful! Only downside, I wish I wrote it myself. ...

    In the beginning there were three colors. Red, yellow and blue all lived in perfect harmony. Reds were loud, yellows were bright and blues were just cool. When the three colors start to have conflict with each other, they decide to segregate. All the yellows have their own part of the ...

    This review was originally written for The Baby Bookworm. Visit us for new picture books reviews daily! Hello, friends! Our book today is Mixed: A Colorful Story by Arree Chung, a wonderful lesson in the importance of community diversity. At first, there were only three color...

    This is a wonderful, fresh take on the usual colour mixing story. Even though I could predict that the colors would mix together, I didn?t realize it would happen in such a fun and visually exciting way. I really loved the way the author didn?t dumb down the text and used lovely wo...

    Such a wonderful book about diversity using colors!! Small children and adults will find the value in the book?s message! ...

    MIXED is a great new concept book that makes learning about colors fun for kids and adults! In the beginning there were three colors: Reds, Yellows, and Blues. Each of them had their own qualities and they lived in perfect harmony. One afternoon Reds decided to declare that they were t...

    Wow! The kids and I loved this book. The kids had huge smiles on their faces when we got to the end, and voted to give this book 5 stars. I love how it is both a book about colors (and different colors you can get from mixing - yellow + blue = green) AND also a book that shows how b...

    Mixed is a must-have PB from @arreechung. Powerful message in simple picture book. Life lessons around acceptance, tolerance, respect for others. Masterful use of primary colors to illustrate the beauty of diversity and acceptance for all. Great book for difficult and necessary convers...

  • Allison Wade
    Mar 04, 2019

    Wonderful book that teaches young children tolerance of others who may be different! ...

    I was impressed with how the author approached a challenging topic with grace and humor and in such a relatable fashion. The use of primary colors--red, yellows, blues--painted with black India ink and acrylics makes the images stand out and the message very clear. I had to smile at ho...

    A concept book that is funny, delivers a satisfying message, and has loads of visual appeal. It?s kind of an origin story for non-primary colors! At first, Red, Yellow and Blue live in harmony, but then there is a rift. Luckily, for humanity and art, Blue and Yellow fall in love and ...

    Masterfully written and illustrated with powerful metaphors for social justice. Tolerance, kindness, and seeing points of view of others are lessons kids will take to heart and, hopefully, share with others. Or, as my daughter said after reading, ?It doesn?t matter what you look li...

    This book is so cute, simple, and powerful! Only downside, I wish I wrote it myself. ...

    In the beginning there were three colors. Red, yellow and blue all lived in perfect harmony. Reds were loud, yellows were bright and blues were just cool. When the three colors start to have conflict with each other, they decide to segregate. All the yellows have their own part of the ...

  • Camilla Roper
    Apr 24, 2019

    Wonderful book that teaches young children tolerance of others who may be different! ...

    I was impressed with how the author approached a challenging topic with grace and humor and in such a relatable fashion. The use of primary colors--red, yellows, blues--painted with black India ink and acrylics makes the images stand out and the message very clear. I had to smile at ho...

    A concept book that is funny, delivers a satisfying message, and has loads of visual appeal. It?s kind of an origin story for non-primary colors! At first, Red, Yellow and Blue live in harmony, but then there is a rift. Luckily, for humanity and art, Blue and Yellow fall in love and ...

    Masterfully written and illustrated with powerful metaphors for social justice. Tolerance, kindness, and seeing points of view of others are lessons kids will take to heart and, hopefully, share with others. Or, as my daughter said after reading, ?It doesn?t matter what you look li...

    This book is so cute, simple, and powerful! Only downside, I wish I wrote it myself. ...

    In the beginning there were three colors. Red, yellow and blue all lived in perfect harmony. Reds were loud, yellows were bright and blues were just cool. When the three colors start to have conflict with each other, they decide to segregate. All the yellows have their own part of the ...

    This review was originally written for The Baby Bookworm. Visit us for new picture books reviews daily! Hello, friends! Our book today is Mixed: A Colorful Story by Arree Chung, a wonderful lesson in the importance of community diversity. At first, there were only three color...

    This is a wonderful, fresh take on the usual colour mixing story. Even though I could predict that the colors would mix together, I didn?t realize it would happen in such a fun and visually exciting way. I really loved the way the author didn?t dumb down the text and used lovely wo...

    Such a wonderful book about diversity using colors!! Small children and adults will find the value in the book?s message! ...

    MIXED is a great new concept book that makes learning about colors fun for kids and adults! In the beginning there were three colors: Reds, Yellows, and Blues. Each of them had their own qualities and they lived in perfect harmony. One afternoon Reds decided to declare that they were t...

    Wow! The kids and I loved this book. The kids had huge smiles on their faces when we got to the end, and voted to give this book 5 stars. I love how it is both a book about colors (and different colors you can get from mixing - yellow + blue = green) AND also a book that shows how b...

    Mixed is a must-have PB from @arreechung. Powerful message in simple picture book. Life lessons around acceptance, tolerance, respect for others. Masterful use of primary colors to illustrate the beauty of diversity and acceptance for all. Great book for difficult and necessary convers...

    This is a great book to introduce diversity and discuss how and why people favor those who are like them... we read it this month to tie in with Black History month. My students picked up on that association without me mentioning it. ...

    A young child?s first look at segregation and integration. Good for opening up discussions. ...

    This came across my desk at work as I was scanning in returned books and I just had to take a moment to read it. I'm biracial and it's rarely something I see in children's picture books. I absolutely love this. It approaches a topic that normally comes with a lot of heavy history and...

    I dunno you guys. This book didn't really work for me. It's not a great color-concept book because it doesn't spend a lot of time on "yellow and red makes orange" etc and some of the color combos are just wrong like "green plus orange makes...green?" It also didn't really work for me a...

    This book explores tolerance, discrimination, and segregation in a fun, accessible manner that will make an impact on kids and adults alike. The bravery of two dots to defy their community's segregation by color (red, blue, and yellow), results not only in the creation of a new color, ...

    4 1/2 stars Nobody is the best, but one day a Red announces that Reds are the best and starts the whole color war. Soon none of the colors are getting along; all of go their separate ways. Until, a small change happens! Sometimes that is all it takes, for one person to make a small ...

    A tale of three colors; red, yellow, and blue, who lived in harmony, until discord was caused to bring about isolation and separation. But one day a Yellow, and a Blue met, married, and had a Green, Soon discord was replaced by love, tolerance and the embracing of differences which led...

    Was reading this at #nerdcampMI and in the middle of reading it a teacher turned around to tell me that the boys in Thailand had all gotten out of the cave; I was reminded that there is potential for good in this world. ...

    This book reminds me so much of Leo Lionni's classic book from 1959, "Little Blue and Little Yellow." The timeless themes are reinvented using bold and humorous illustrations. A great way for children to learn about colors, while getting an introduction to inclusion and diversity. ...

    An absolutely adorable book, with a much deeper meaning you'd appreciate again, and again. ...

    This is the most amazing book!! A must read!! ...

    When a picture book makes you tear up from joy and hope, that's a great book! This can serve as a great teaching tool about discrimination, segregation and the importance of diversity. ...

    Beautiful, simple and powerful. ...

    I liked this story so much. I can?t wait to share it with teachers tomorrow. ...

    A book that can be used with a variety of ages and have different conversations about how we?re all special. ...

    Every child, school, and library needs this book on their shelf. ??? ...

    Bright Colors to attract the eye. Message presented in a wonderful way ...

    Aree Chung is a genius. He has taken a loaded concept -- racism -- and broken it down so beautifully that we are left with our mouths hanging open. The illustrations are really just stick figures, and the colors are limited, but the message is simple, quick, hopeful, and inspiring. If ...