KIDSBOOKS – COLOURS | LEAFY

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I’m the colour of fresh spring grass 
And the colour of peas in a pod
I’m also what many a parrot looks like
And the colour a grasshopper’s got

I’m the tint on crunchy, young apples
On honeydew, pears and grapes
I’m the colour of the Nile crocodile
and the slith-slithering grass snake

I’m the colour of the beautiful jade stone
And the rustling leaves on trees
Im also the the colour of your lovely face
when you’ve had too much ice cream!

I’m the colour of the deep dark woods,
The loveliest marble you’ve ever seen!
I’m sometimes also called Mother Nature
I am the beautiful colour GREEN

KIDSBOOKS | THE COLOURBLIND ORANGE

There was once an Orange 
Who thought that he was green
He often wondered why they called him
Orange. Couldn’t they see?

He also wondered what the colour
Orange looked and felt like
So he asked his friend, Watermelon
To help him see and decide.

Watermelon thought so hard
His seeds were jumping up and down
Then suddenly they froze in place
There was a solution he had found!

He would show Orange his face
In a mirror on the wall
Then Orange would finally know
What the colour orange looked like after all.

So they both rolled up to the glass
And stared at their reflections
Orange said “See, I’m green too”
“We are both of us watermelons!”

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