Red: A Crayon's Story by Michael Hall
Red’s label says red but no matter how hard he tries he can create nothing red. “All the art supplies wanted to help. The masking tape thought he was broken inside. The Scissors thought his label was too tight.”
But Red’s new friend, Berry, suggests he casts aside his label, and this opens a whole new world to Red.
Teaching Resources: Red: A Crayon's Story
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- Harper Collins: Red: A Crayon’s Story Teacher’s Notes
- Harper Collins: Red: A Crayon’s Story Activities
- Harper Collins: Red: A Crayon’s Story Games
- Michael Hall Website: Red: A Crayon’s Story Book Information
- Parents: Encourage Your Child’s Individuality
- Saint Paul Public Library: Reading Guide, discussion & interview
- Teaching Children Philosophy: Guidelines for Philosophical Discussion
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Books by Michael Hal
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