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Best Children's Books About Colors
JA: There was actually a plague. They sent everybody home from school. And one of the questions that he thinks about during this break is -. RK: Like when I see the color red, is that red - is it inside my head or is it something that exists sort of out there in the world? Masc voice: And pressing my eye with the end of it, there appeared several white and colored circles. RK: And he waited. And when the sun got to just the right spot.
From barbarians, to royals, to workers, blue garments have been worn for thousands of years. But when used as a pigment for painting, blue has an altogether different story as the rarest and most precious shade of all. Some artists even went into debt in order to use the color! Blue was associated with the barbaric Celts who supposedly dyed their bodies blue for battle, women with blue eyes were thought to have loose morals, and descriptions of the rainbow in Ancient Greece and Rome omitted blue altogether. But although the color was not named, it still existed. The Egyptians loved the precious stones lapis and turquoise so much that they invented the first synthetic blue pigment in order to affordably copy their unique color.
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The Langs' Fairy Books are a series of 25 collections of true and fictional stories for children published between and by Andrew Lang and his wife, Leonora Blanche Alleyne. In all, the volumes feature stories, besides the poems in The Blue Poetry Book. Andrew Lang — was a Scots poet , novelist , and literary critic. He initially edited the series and wrote prefaces for its entire run, while his wife, the translator and author Leonora Blanche Alleyne — 10 July , known to friends and family as Nora, assumed editorial control of the series in the s. Four of the volumes from to were published by "Mrs. According to Anita Silvey , "The irony of Lang's life and work is that although he wrote for a profession—literary criticism; fiction; poems; books and articles on anthropology , mythology , history, and travel