Monday, September 20, 2010

Children’s Book Review: The Changing Colors of Amos

Everyone knows that leprechauns are green, right? Not all of them! In the children’s book, The Changing Colors of Amos, we learn that at least one little leprechaun becomes a different color every single day! On Monday, he is “like swirling gray clouds playing tag with the thunder”! On Tuesday, Amos is “as blue as the ocean when seen from the sky.” On subsequent days, Amos turns red, purple, yellow, and orange. But Sunday is a special day because he turns the color of his dreams!

In The Changing Colors of Amos (by John Kinyon, with illustrations by Kay Selvig Flanders), children will be charmed by the rhyming verse and colorful illustrations. They’ll learn about colors, the days of the week, word play and emotions. This beautifully written and illustrated book will be a cherished part of any children’s bookshelf!

Visit to learn more about The Changing Colors of Amos and order a copy -- or click on the Amazon link below.

DISCLOSURE: I received a complimentary copy of this book to facilitate my candid review. No other compensation was provided. As an Amazon affiliate, I receive a small commission on sales made through the Amazon link at left.


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