Millie and the Lost Colours
Colorize the world.
Millie and her friend Mr.Raccoon leave home one day to discover a grey, colorless world. However, they found a box in the garden containing a map and clues. So they followed the clues to collect colors from various locations. They first went to the United Kingdom to pick red, then to the Netherlands to get orange, then to Kenya to get yellow, and so on. But did they get all the colors and return the world to its original state?
We picked this book for its title. The story can teach children about different countries while also teaching them about colors. We can also use the book for a children’s group activity. The book is bilingual, and interested children can also learn to read the story in English and Spanish.
In Erika Deery’s Millie and the Lost Colours, children will travel around the world in a fun balloon while learning the value of teamwork.
Originally published: 2020
Author: Erika Deery
Rating basis (of 5.0): Story (4.0), Characters (4.5) Writing Style (4.0), Illustrations (3.5), Cover (3.5) & Ease (4.5)
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