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Using a spectrum of colors and a menagerie of animals, Dr. Seuss presents a completely new and different kind of book about feelings and moods. Only one of five books written by Dr. Seuss that he didn’t illustrate, “My Many Colored Days” features large-scale paintings by Johnson and Fancher which literally burst off the page, appealing to both the innocent young reader and the most sophisticated senior. Full color.
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