Book review: One world, many colours by Ben Lerwill and illustrated by Alette Straathof review of One World Many colours

Amongst the vibrant illustrations and refreshing text you have a wonderful book sharing an important message:

“We share one world

We share many colours.”

Written by Ben Lerwill, an award winning travel writer and illustrated by Alette Straathof, this read is beautiful. The book is published by Words and Pictures.

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Readers are taken on a journey of fascinating destinations. Beginning with the desert of Oman, to Egypt at sunset, via a wide lake in Kenya. Readers are immersed in travelling fun and all the while various colours are identified.

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The gorgeous spreads are an absolute delight and combined with the lyrical text, it is such a lovely read. There are a sprinkle of questions within the text encouraging readers to engage with the book. In addition to the many destinations visited, there is a world map towards the end of the book and an authors note.

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This book gentle shares the connectivity between all of us. It encourages readers to be curious, to explore and is one that has many educational aspects that could be looked at in more detail.

This would be a wonderful pick for a learning setting library.

Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book from the publishers. All words and opinions are my own. This post contains affiliate links.

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