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Mezclados. Una historia de colores (Álbumes) (Hardcover)
Al inicio sólo los había de tres colores: rojos, azules y amarillos. Todos vivían en armonía, hasta que un día, a uno de los rojos se le ocurrió proclamar: “Los rojos son los mejores”… y se armó un escándalo: obviamente ni los azules ni los amarillos estaban de acuerdo. Pelearon entre sí y decidieron levantar muros para dividirse y establecer de manera más clara sus diferencias. Parecía que no había marcha atrás, los colores estaban irremediablemente separados. Pero un día un amarillo, un azul y un color nunca antes visto decidieron cambiar las cosas… Un libro sobre el color, la tolerancia y la importancia de celebrar las diferencias.
In the beginning, there were only three colors: reds, blues, and yellows. They all lived in harmony until one day, one of the reds declared, “Reds are the best.” A scandal erupted, as obviously neither the blues nor the yellows agreed. They fought among themselves and decided to build walls to separate themselves and make their differences clearer. It seemed there was no turning back and the colors would be separated forever. But one day, a yellow, a blue, and a never-before-seen color decided to change things. This is a book about color, tolerance, and the importance of celebrating differences.
About the Author
Arree Chung is a children’s book author and illustrator. After working as a consultant and at Pixar, he pursued his passion and enrolled in the Art Center College of Design, where he learned to draw, paint, and think creatively. His books include Out! and the Ninja! series.
"This book's simple and straightforward approach to confronting discrimination is age-appropriate without trivializing difficult, hurtful situations, offering children and adults excellent moments for discussion and personal growth . . . . A colorful story about celebrating difference as complementary and transformative." ―Kirkus Reviews, starred review, on the English language edition
"Lively and charming. . . . High-flying fun." ―Kirkus Reviews, starred review, on Ninja!
"Laugh-out-loud fun. Prospective ninjas, take notice!" ―School Library Journal, starred review, on Ninja!
"Chung (Ninja!, 2014) returns with a second comic-book-style tale about lovable, freckled-faced ninja Maxwell. . . . A clever, laugh-out-loud story." ―Kirkus Reviews, starred review, on Ninja! Attack of the Clan
"A bouncy nighttime blend of easy graphic novel and almost-wordless picture book." ―Kirkus Reviews on Out!