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"While walking through a toy store, the day before today, I overheard a

crayon box with many things to say..." Once upon a time, Shane DeRolf wrote

a poem. It was a deceptively simple poem, a charming little piece that

celebrates the creation of harmony through diversity. The folks at the Ad

Council heard it--and liked it so much that they made it the theme for their

1997 National Anti-Discrimination Campaign for Children. Following on the heels

of nearly a year's worth of televised public service announcements, Random

House is phonored to publish the picture book, illustrated in every color in

the crayon box by dazzling newcomer Michael Letzig and conveying the sublimely

simple message that when we all work together, the results are much more

interesting and colorful.




Paperback, 32 pages
Published on January 1, 2002 by HARCOURT SCHOOL PUBLISHERS
ISBN-10: 0153265272
ISBN-13: 9780153265273
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  • FefeFriday, November 9, 2018 at 1:58 pm
    This book is exciting it can help u with ur project of other things
    • Barracuda BrookSaturday, December 5, 2015 at 6:40 am
      I read a book call the Crayon Box that Talk by Shane illustrated by Michael Letzig was a funny story. They did not get along with each other. Yellow,red,orange and green and all the other crayons got along. Because my favorite funny part is when the crayons got along. Red, yellow, green and orange like each other. Red and yellow like all the crayons. p.s. this is a good book to read. I think you will like it too. you will love it so much.

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