Today’s review comes from Elementary/Middle Grade Non-Fiction round one panelist Reshama, at Stacking Books. I have to admit I featured this 1) because I met Reshama at KidlitCon last week and she’s delightful and 2) I met the author of this book at KidlitCon last week and she’s delightful as well. Of Colors of the Wind, Reshama writes:
This is a wondrous story… a story about a man who is almost blind, but this does not stop him from reaching his potential. The art work in the book “Colors of the Wind” are the original illustrations by George Mendoza. Bright, brilliant and captivating, these vibrant paintings give us a glimpse into what George actually sees.
Read the rest of the review here.