1 edition of Colors of the wind found in the catalog.
Colors of the wind
J. L. Powers
Written in English
George started going blind at age 15 from a degenerative eye disease. George lost his central vision and started seeing things that weren"t there--eyes floating in the air, extraordinary colors, objects multiplied and reflected back. He triumphed over his blindness by setting the world record in the mile for blind runners, competing in the Olympics for the Disabled, and becoming a full time painter.
|Statement||by J.L. Powers ; paintings by George Mendoza ; drawings by Hayley Morgan-Sanders|
|Contributions||Mendoza, George, 1955- illustrator, Morgan-Sanders, Hayley, illustrator, Mendoza, George, 1955-|
|LC Classifications||ND237.M4235 P69 2014|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 volume (unpaged)|
|LC Control Number||2014001565|
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Colors of the Wind is a stunningly beautiful picture book written about George Mendoza, a blind artist and athlete who also illustrated the book. I read this book to my 12, 11, 8, 6, and 4 year old's and they were mesmerized. The story is visually arresting and the pictures fit /5.
COLORS OF THE WIND COLORS OF THE WIND is a picture-book biography that tells the true story about George Mendoza, an Olympic champion runner and award-winning artist who is blind.
The startling illustrations are paintings created by this blind artist, George Mendoza. J.L. Powers, the author of this book, tells us:5/5(7). Colors of the Wind Hardcover – June 1, by Alan Menken (Author) out of 5 stars 1 ratingCited by: 2. The wolf says the wind is the dark smell of the forest. For Colors of the wind book bees, the wind is the color of sunshine.
The apple tree sees the wind as a sugary color while its roots view it as the color of sap and pomegranates. By the end of the book, the child reaches a giant who says that the wind is the color of all of these things/5. 'It is pink, flowery, pale white,' the dog answers.
Each being’s answer reflects its own nature or experience ('Red!' answers an apple), and there’s a windy surprise at the end. The artwork―inventive, delicate, and innocent―combines paintings overlaid with embossed and varnished areas and even, on the cover, Braille/5(25).
Yes, the wind is invisible. But yet it holds beauty. Her main purpose is to open your eyes to all the beauty this land has to offer when nature is appreciated and accepted as a whole rather than land being looked on as profit. "You can own the Earth and still. All you'll own is Earth until.
You can paint with all the colors of the wind.". The Colors of Us, is written by Karen Katz and it is a realistic fiction book. This story is about a little girl named Lena who is the color of cinnamon.
One day her and her mom were painting themselves. Her mom tells her that if she mixes yellow, red, black /5. "Colors of the Wind" has been compared to the writings of transcendentalists Henry David Thoreau (left) and Ralph Waldo Emerson (right).
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An Emotional Panorama in Vivid Color Set in the vast free ranges of nineteenth century Wyoming, forgiveness is the theme of Color of the Wind by Elizabeth Grayson.
Not just forgiving those who committed the wrong, but forgiving ones self, which is often more difficult. Firstly, I 4/5. Color of the Wind A Place Called Home Painted by the Sun Moon in the Water Bride of the Wilderness MEET ELIZABETH GRAYSON: Award-winning author Elizabeth Grayson has always loved stories of adventure and romance.
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From the beginning to end repetition is found and used. One part in the song is, and I quote from the song, “Have you ever heard the wolf cry to the blue corn moon Or asked.
Colors of the Wind Lyrics: You think you own whatever land you land on / The earth is just a dead thing you can claim / But I know ev'ry rock and tree and creature /. The color of the wind. The wind of this book. The Kirkus review journal said that this book was, “ ‘The blind men and the elephant’ reworked into a Zen koan” and then proceeded to recommend it for year-olds and adults.
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