What Time's the Next Color? A Story About the Color Wheel
By: Ann Nelson
Kirkus Review! - " Nelson’s clever, educational tale familiarizes young readers with color mixing. Elements like anthropomorphic characters and Moe’s sparkly wand have kid appeal.... A whimsical, interactive, and visually appealing introduction to color theory basics."
About the Book
What Time’s The Next Color centers around Doc The Clock and Moe The Mouse. Together they search an old attic finding colors to bring Doc’s gray face back to life. This colorful tale will help little ones better understand the concept of the color wheel which contains twelve colors making up primary, secondary and tertiary colors. The story aims to build the foundation of a lifetime of art appreciation.
About the Author
Anna Lynn Nelson, a loving and creative mother, was always looking for innovative ways to pass on life lessons and make learning fun and memorable. As an accomplished artist in multiple media, she understood the value of the color palette, beginning with the simplicity of primary colors and their corresponding complements and moving on to the complexity of blending color combinations. Ann’s hope was that this fun, colorful tale would help little ones better understand the color wheel and build the foundation for a lifetime of art appreciation. From our childhood in the 1960’s, Doc and Moe have always been a part of our memories. Ann’s daughter, Mendy Nelson Williams, has brought Ann’s words and dream to life. With Ann’s narrative reawakened through remarkable illustration and pen, we hope that you too grasp the joy for life and learning that Mom bestowed in each of us. In loving memory, we are very excited to share this part of Ann’s legacy with you.