My Many Colored Days
By Dr. Seuss
Painting By Steve Johnson and Lou Fancher
Designed By Danny Hoover
 
 



My Many Colored Days contains imagery describing different moods with the use of colors as examples of the moods. Dr. Suess once again captures the imagination of children while showing the acceptibility of different people.

Everyone has good yellow days and bad black days. When someone is having a bad day or wants to be left alone, it is okay because we will have bad days also.

Sometimes people are happy and sometimes they are sad, mad, or lonely. We need to respect people's personality. Then we can hope for the same treatment when we have a bad day.

What kind of day are you having today? What color does that make you think about and WHY?
 
 
 
 


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