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Rainb Rainbow Joe and Me av Maria Strom
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Rainb Rainbow Joe and Me (utgåvan 1999)

av Maria Strom (Författare), Maria Strom (Illustratör)

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Eloise shares her love of colors with her blind friend Rainbow Joe, who makes his own colors when he plays beautiful notes on his saxophone.
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Eloise loves to mix colors and paint. Rainbow Jow is a blind man who tells Eloise that he can mix colors too. Eloise's mama says a blind man can't mix colors they would turn out gray. Eloise wonders can Rainbow Joe mix colors? Rainbow Joe surprises Eloise and her mama by playing beautiful music with his saxophone. Rainbow Joe does not allow his blindness from stopping him from mixing colors! This book focuses on what Rainbow Joe can do and not what he can't do! Rainbow Joe is just like his name, full of color! ( )
  KRWallace | Oct 29, 2019 |
Rainbow Joe and Me is such a good book! It gives readers a new perspective of how to mix colors! Joe is blind and Eloise is an artist. Everyday Eloise tells Joe about her paintings and he tells her how he sees colors. In the end, Joe shows Eloise how he see colors by playing the saxophone. She sees the rainbow notes and is amazed with how Joe is able to feel colors .

This book reminds me of Duke Ellington and His Orchestra because of the different colors of the musical notes. To me it's just proof that music is not seen but felt and whether we are blind or deaf or hearing or seeing...music is a universal language. ( )
  AConverse | Apr 30, 2019 |
Eloise, is an artist who loves to paint. She mixes her colors together to paint vibrant pictures of fish and monkeys. Her neighbor is Rainbow Joe, and although he is blind he tells Eloise he loves colors also. Eloise, doesn't understand how Rainbow Joe sees colors, but he does described them beautifully. Even Eloise's mom is confused on Joe's appreciation for colors. One day after church Joe shoes Eloise how he mixes colors. He plays beautiful Jazz music on the saxophone the notes blend together like colors on a canvas. My son really liked this book, he also enjoyed the use of vibrant colors in the pictures. This book did spark a few questions as to what is blind? Why is Rainbow Joe wearing glasses? ( )
  SarahTrenticosta | Apr 16, 2018 |
Eloise is a young girl who loves to paint. She tells Rainbow Joe about all of the beautiful paintings she creates by mixing colors to make new ones. Rainbow Joe is blind but insists that he can mix colors, too. Eloise and her mother do not understand this since he is blind and cannot see the colors. Rainbow Joe tries to explain to Eloise that he is going to show her one day how he does mix colors. That day finally comes and Rainbow Joe takes out a saxophone. He starts playing amazing sounds and right then, Eloise gets it. She is able to feel the fierce, strong red notes and the deep blue notes. She feels all of the colors that he is mixing together to create this work of art that is equally as beautiful as the ones she creates. I think this book did a good job of representing one aspect of a person who is blind through the viewpoint of a young girl. I would have liked to see something more develop out of the story after Eloise and her mother begin to understand Rainbow Joe. But this book could be a good introduction for younger students to begin to think about people with disabilities. ( )
  krista_patman | Apr 25, 2017 |
Rainbow Joe shows a new way to mix colors to a young girl and mother who can not understand how. Rainbow Joe is blind, but insists he mixes beautiful colors by humming and tapping his feet. He tells Eloise that he will show her soon enough. After going home and trying to paint with her eyes closed she realizes that her mother must be right and that Rainbow Joe can not mix colors, because they will always come out grey. Finally, Rainbow Joe shows Eloise and her mother exactly how he mixes his colors, music. When he started playing they could see his colors too. I think this book does a really good job of representing a blind man through the eyes of a young girl. He shows that you can see colors in many different ways. ( )
  MeganSchneider | Mar 28, 2017 |
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