Books About Mixing Colors

Westray, Kathleen
J535.6 WESTR

Discusses primary and secondary colors and how to use them to get different shades, identifying such terms as earth color, pastel, and tint.
Fontes, Justine

Crisp, die-cut artwork and a spare, sprightly text lure readers on a playful exploration of opposites. Purr-fect! What happens when Black meets White? They make polka dots ("That tickles!" Black giggles.), a checkerboard, stripes, wiggles, and more. And when Black and White come together, get ready for a big-eyed, whiskered surprise! With clever diecuts, flaps, and a final, satisfying tab, the mischievous BLACK MEETS WHITE proves that opposites can be attractive indeed.
Murray, Julie
J535.6 MURRA

Discusses the basic science concept of color.
Tullet, Herve

Using no special effects other than the reader's imagination, simple directions lead the reader to experiment with mixing and changing colors on the printed page.
Walsh, Ellen Stoll

One day three white mice discover three jars of paint--red, blue, and yellow. Both parents and children alike will appreciate this lighthearted presentation of a lesson in color.
Rau, Dana Meachen

Sue's blue paint and Fred's red paint get mixed together and create purple, the best color of all.
Lobel, Arnold

When a wizard discovered that each color he invented for the colorless world had a different emotional effect on people, he luckily had an accident which resulted in red apples, green leaves, and yellow bananas.
Baker, Alan

White Rabbit hops from one paint pot to another, changing colors as he goes, until he ends up brown.