Green lizards vs. red rectangles /

by Antony, Steve [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New York : Scholastic Press, 2015.Edition: First edition.Description: 1 volume (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 28 cm.ISBN: 9780545849029; 0545849020.Other title: Green lizards versus red rectangles.Subject(s): Lizards -- Juvenile fiction | Rectangles -- Juvenile fiction | War stories | Peace -- Juvenile fiction | Lizards -- Fiction | Rectangles -- Fiction | War -- Fiction | Peace -- Fiction | War fiction | Picture books | Picture books for children | Fiction | Juvenile works | Children's picture books | War stories | War fictionSummary: The green lizards and red rectangles are always at war, until enough of them question why they are fighting.
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Green Lizards vs. Red Rectangles is an exciting new picture book from Steve Antony, the bestselling author and illustrator of Please, Mr. Panda !<br> <br> <br> <br> The Green Lizards wanted to defeat the Red Rectangles.<br> <br> The Red Rectangles wanted to defeat the Green Lizards.<br> <br> They were at war!<br> <br> Eventually they realized,<br> <br> Enough Is Enough!<br> <br> They stopped fighting, and by working together the Green Lizards and the Red Rectangles found a way to live peacefully.<br> <br> <br> <br> Who will win, the green lizards or the red rectangles? Young readers will understand the value of living in friendship and peace. In the end, it's not about who wins but rather working together and having fun!

The green lizards and red rectangles are always at war, until enough of them question why they are fighting.

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Horn Book Review

There's a war on between the green lizards and the red rectangles (flat, faceless geometric shapes of varying dimensions). Each two-page spread has the sides vying for domination, creating color/power dynamics that, despite the restricted palette, always engage the eye. Finally, the enemies find their peace: the rectangles become an apartment building in which the lizards dwell. It's utterly simple--and ingenious. (c) Copyright 2016. The Horn Book, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.

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