Text by 27 authors, illustrated by 25 illustrators
Writers, poets, scientists, editors, and illustrators unite to create a unique multigenre series for beginners and middle-grade readers. Each book covers a specific topic through non-fiction articles, short stories, poems, interviews, comics, and puzzles.
An incredible riot of colors surrounds us. But what are colors and how do we perceive them? How do animals see the world? How do colors affect us? A biologist, a physicist, an astrophysicist, a geneticist, a historian, a linguist, as well as science journalists and writers all share interesting facts and stories about colors in the world.
KEY SELLING POINTS
It is easy to read: complicated topics are explained in a simple and exciting way.
It is universal: it shows the variety of the world –physics, arts, biology, linguistics, math, history...It is diverse: every page is unique!
The content combines different formats and genres.
Every reader can find what they like.
It is not a one-day thing: 100 pages and more than 20 articles that can be read and reread in any order.
Series Age: 6+ Pages:104 Size: 195*270 mm Published in 2021 by Whale Publishing