Children’s Books and Colour Ecstasy: Humans’ Disconnection from Nature and What We Should Do About It

  • Wanderley Anchieta
Keywords: review, colour, imagination, chromophobia

Abstract

Review of:

Gamblin, Kate Moss. Lake: A See to Learn Book. Illustrated by Karen Patkau, Groundwood, 2020. 

Lebeuf, Darren. My Forest Is Green. Illustrated by Ashley Barron, Kids, 2019.

Lebeuf, Darren. My Ocean Is Blue. Illustrated by Ashley Barron, Kids, 2020. 

Ryan, Candace. Red Light, Green Lion. Illustrated by Jennifer Yerkes, Kids, 2019.

Weisman, Kay. If You Want to Visit a Sea Garden. Illustrated by Roy Henry Vickers, Groundwood, 2020.

Author Biography

Wanderley Anchieta

Wanderley Anchieta earned his Ph.D. in Communication at Universidade Federal Fluminense in  Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, where he is currently studying Data Science. In addition to aesthetics and colours, his research is focused on narratology, fiction, dramaturgy, and characters.

Published
2021-08-18
How to Cite
Anchieta, W. (2021). Children’s Books and Colour Ecstasy: Humans’ Disconnection from Nature and What We Should Do About It. Jeunesse: Young People, Texts, Cultures, 13(1), 326-332. Retrieved from http://jeunessejournal.ca/index.php/yptc/article/view/626