A celebration of colours and patterns from the pair that brought you bestseller NOT YET, ZEBRA.
Annie said to the animals, "Let's help baby Joe.
He's learning his colours, which he doesn't yet know.
I'll paint pictures of you - please line up for me.
If I use the right colours then Joe will soon see."
Everyone's favourite, enthusiastic zebra is back, eager to get in on the act as Annie tries to teach her little brother about colours. But although things don't turn out quite the way she imagines, together they make the world a brighter and more beautiful place!
'A joy to read aloud . . . guaranteed to win the hearts of all little mischief-makers.' Lancashire Post
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