My Many Colored Days by Dr. Seuss, Steve Johnson and Lou Fancher

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My Many Colored Days is surprisingly arty-looking for Dr Seuss — without the usual cartoony art — in that it uses swirls of colours and animals to depict different emotions. I loved the easy, rhyming prose too.

Here’s a video reading of the book:

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