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The Boy Who Loved Colour/Rangpasand Ladka (English-Hindi)

Author : Subir Shukla
Illustrator : Nina Sabnani

A small boy loves colour and so he paints and paints. Repetition makes language learning easy, and dramatic pictures draw children into a world of colour.

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Age 5+
Specifications 24 pages; 10.5” x 8”; full colour; soft cover
Translator Subir Shukla
Rights sold English with Urdu (Pakistan)
ISBN 978-81-8146-042-4

A child's ode to colour! A small boy loves colour. So he paints his hair green and his legs blue. Then he picks up his brush and . . .? A simple bilingual book for beginner readers, with repetition for easy language learning. The dramatic illustrations draw children into an imaginative and inspiring world of colour.

Paint, paint everywhere!

After listening to The Boy Who Loved Colour my daughter (the two-year-old) decided that like the boy in the book she too wanted to paint her arms and face and the flowers in the garden (mercifully she drew a line at painting the sky) - The Book Review

For budding artists

...here's something bound to appeal to budding artists... a beautiful tale of a boy, who started out by colouring his legs when he has nothing else to paint. Flowers, trees, houses and even the river cannot escape the sweep of his brush. What happens to this inspired painter? Whom does he change next with a flourish of his brush? Read on and find out in this delightful picture book - 7 January 2005, The Hindu, Chennai

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The Boy Who Loved Colour/Rangpasand Ladka (English-Hindi)

The Boy Who Loved Colour/Rangpasand Ladka (English-Hindi)

A small boy loves colour and so he paints and paints. Repetition makes language learning easy, and dramatic pictures draw children into a world of colour.

Write a review