We share one world, we share many colors.
One World, Many Colors is a lyrical celebration of the vibrant colors waiting to be found in all corners of the world. From the ice-white plains of Antarctica to the soft pink blossoms of the Japanese countryside. The same colors can be found everywhere else in the world, in nature, in our cities, and in our cultures.
From travel writer Ben Lerwill, and with beautiful illustrations from Alette Straathof this non-fiction picture book opens children’s eyes to the wonders of the world and the spectrum of color that we share.
Ben Lerwill is an award-winning freelance travel writer based in Oxfordshire, England. He has been writing about travel since 2003 and continues to work with a broad range of magazine, newspapers, and websites. Ben’s writing has appeared in more than 50 national and international titles, including Nation Geographic Traveler, Wanderlust, Time Out, BBC Travel, The Guardian, The Sunday Times, The Observer, The Independent, The Daily Telegraph, BBC Countryfile, and Rough Guides.
Alette Straathof is an illustrator who lives and works in Paris, France. She graduated in January 2016 at the Willem de Kooning Academy in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. Alette tries to hide small details in every one of her illustrations for people to discover - see if you can find them all.