Colors of France

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Millbrook Press, Jan 1, 2002 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 24 pages
Young readers are given a fun opportunity to explore the world through a rainbow of colors with this exciting Carolrhoda series. Each book uses colors to introduce children to the history, traditions, and daily life of people in a specific country or ethnic group. A map, index, and lovely full-color illustrations complement the text.

What color is France? It's blue like the Cote d'Azur along the Mediterranean Sea, gray like the stone gargoyles that adorn Notre Dame Cathedral, and red like the country's vibrant fields of poppies. Discover the brilliantly colorful history and modern life of France, home to what many consider the most exciting city in the world -- Paris.

 

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Contents

Introduction
3
White
5
Lavender
7
Gold
8
Red
10
Green
12
Gray
15
Orange
17
Blue
19
Black
21
Yellow
23
Index
24
Back Cover
26
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