"The book clearly describes how the three primary colors can be mixed to create the secondary colors. The book has worked well to substantiate my granddaughter's experiments with mixing paint colors." Carol M said.
"I teach K-6 and am using this book to help my K students learn about color mixing. The book is fine for this and the story's simplicity is okay for the age range. There just is not a lot of story there." DBRB said.
"This was a perfect gift for the two-year-old and was enjoyed and admired by all the adults around the Christmas tree as well." J. MCGIFFIN said.
"A simple book of coloring mixing. I think it would be a cute follow up to Mouse Paint when teaching primary colors to kids. However the whole book is 7 pages, and as the other reviewer said there is not much of a story. The book starts off promising but ends abruptly. Just not enough there to really engage kids. As an art teacher I can use this book, but I wouldn't purchase it otherwise." Kiara said.