Blue and red and yellow keep palettes beautiful:
Leon the Chameleon answers parental and pedagogical requests for entertainingly memorable learning tools with which to instruct children in:
• the complementary colors of blue and orange, green and red, and purple and yellow;
• the mixed colors of black from everything, green from blue and yellow, orange from red and yellow, and purple from blue and red;
• the primary colors of blue, red, and yellow; and
• the unmixed color of white from nothing.
The colors-related lesson becomes enjoyably easy since the picture book in question facilitates forays into chameleons and changeable colorations. It simultaneously cooperates with second language acquisition since -- as is true for all of author/illustrator Mélanie Watt’s creations -- the story is available in French.