The chameleon’s true colors


Children's Books

Yuliya Pankratova


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Trim Size 8.5×8.5
Page Count 32

Chameleon is sad because he doesn’t have a color of his own. He borrows yellow from the sun, pink from an orchid, and orange from a tiger, but will there be enough color for everyone? With gorgeous, colorful illustrations and a message about the power of giving, The Chameleon’s True Colors is the picture book every family needs on their shelf.

Yuliya Pankratova

Moving from Moscow to London at five years old, Yuliya was terrified to discover she had to start school. Upon finding most Year One lessons consisted mainly of drawing, she banished her fears and hit her stride. Yuliya went on to graduate with degrees in English literature (from the University of Manchester) and illustration (from the Camberwell College of Arts) and got her first job at an advertising agency. Yuliya's illustration style is painterly, based in traditional media and often focused on the natural world.
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