|Author :||Maruyama, Yoko|
|Illustrator :||Maruyama, Yoko|
|Size :||27 x 25 cm|
|Additional specs :||Colour throughout. Laminated hardcover.|
● A lesson in the importance of letting everyone participate. The crayons feel good when they get to do what they were made for.
● Teaches that there are different ways to be creative. One boy's trash is another girl’s treasure.
● The art is irresistible. The expressions on the crayons’ faces are so cute you'll wish your crayons had faces.
A boxful of brand-new crayons is overjoyed when a boy named Lucas brings them home and starts using them to make pictures. Except that Lucas never, ever uses the white crayon for anything, and when he decides he needs a new set of crayons, that white crayon is still as tall and as clean as the day it was bought. Poor white crayon feels so dejected. But when a girl named Olivia stumbles upon the fresh white crayon, she’s delighted. She draws her own kinds of pictures, and this white crayon is exactly what she needs.
Here’s a funny, heartwarming story that not only shows how things can be used in different ways, but also reinforces the lesson that everyone feels good when they have a chance to participate.