I’m going to continue with the picture book-part of my 100 books list. It feels safe and comforting and exactly what I need right now. This book was originally my Mum’s, and both she and I have loved it so much, the book is nowadays a couple of loose leafs. I had no idea it was translated from English until I wrote this post. Written by Marguerite Brown and illustrated by Alice and Martin Provensen. It was part of the Golden Books series, and published in 1949.
The story is simple, two kittens, Hush and brush (Tuss and Puss for me) want to have the colour green, but has no idea how. They randomly mix colours, getting all sorts of them, but no green, until they accidently mix blue and yellow. It’s actually a very pedagogical book about colour mixing, and most importantly; the sweetest illustrations.
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