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Purple mountains’ majesty mauvelous jungle green razzmatazz What child doesn't love to hold a crayon in their hands  But children didn't always have such magical boxes of c. Of course this book immediately made me remember the infamous Mister Rogers video about how crayons are made It also gave me a sudden sense memory of opening a new box of crayons Their smell and their sharp points This is a fun picture book biography of Edwin Binney who invented the first child friendly and mass producible crayons we still know as Crayola I loved the details about how he listened to his wife s advice which was always good advice and tried different approaches with the help of a teamBackmatter is impressive a set of step by step photos from the Crayola factory in Easton PA a short bio of Edwin Binney and a selected bibliography with primary and secondary sources AND the very Mister Rogers video I was rememberingColorful expressive llustrations by Steven Salerno are done in charcoal crayon gouache and digital color

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The Crayon Man

Rayons Here’s the true story of an inventor who so loved nature’s vibrant colors that he found a way to bring the outside world to children – in a box for only a nickel. Meet Edwin Binney the creator of the Crayola Crayon who brought color to a dreary black and white world Covers the original history of crayons includes photographic timeline of how crayons are made what was used to dye the new colors Beautiful illustrations and fun read The vocabulary of the book is meant for a 3rd grade reading level or for the kid to be read to but it was a fun exploration of art and science

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Celebrating the inventor of the Crayola crayon This picture book biography tells the story of Edwin Binney the inventor of one of the world's most beloved stationary supplies. Imagine you love nature and all the colors of the world Now imagine you re an inventor but all day long you re surrounded by black black dust black tar black ink What do you do Well if your name is Edwin Binney you invent crayonsThis colorful engaging book describes the history and the chemistry which led to the development of Crayola crayons while also being accessible to young readers A 2 page photo spread showing modern day crayon manufacturing at the Crayola factory a brief biopic of Edwin Binney and a selected bibliography complete this picture book There s something about a new box of crayons that inspires creativity This book produces a similar call to action and has me reaching for a sheet of paper and some of my favorite colors


10 thoughts on “The Crayon Man

  1. says:

    Someone once pointed out to me that a good 30% of my reviews start out with me saying in one form or another something along the lines of “I didn’t think I’d like this book but then I read it blah blah blah amazing blah blah bla

  2. says:

    Imagine you love nature and all the colors of the world Now imagine you're an inventor but all day long you're surrounded by black black dust black tar black ink What do you do? Well if your name is Edwin Binney you invent

  3. says:

    First sentence Once there was a man who saw color everywherePremiseplot The Crayon Man is a picture book biograph

  4. says:

    Of course this book immediately made me remember the infamous Mister Rogers video about how crayons are made It also gave me a sudden sense memory of opening a new box of crayons Their smell and their sharp points This is a fun picture book biography of Edwin Binney who invented the first child friendly and mass producible crayons we still know as Crayola I loved the details about how he listened to his wife's advice which was always good

  5. says:

    What's not to love about learning how the original Crayola crayon was invented? Who would have thought it was such a crazy thing based on what kinds of materials kids had to draw with before and then figuring out the science behind creating the perfect artistic utensil with bright vivid coloring to let our imaginations fly And that's exactl

  6. says:

    I love this COLORFUL story about the inventor of Crayola crayons Makes me appreciate them and want to go color a picture The back matter is excellent too photos color of course showing the process of making Crayola crayons today and a selected bibliography

  7. says:

    Meet Edwin Binney the creator of the Crayola Crayon who brought color to a dreary black and white world Covers the original history of crayons includes photographic timeline of how crayons are made what was used to dye the new colors Beautiful illustrations and fun read The vocabulary of the book is meant for a 3rd grade reading level or for the kid to be read to but it was a fun exploration of art and science

  8. says:

    This is a tale of color innovation and persistence Edwin Binney wanted to bring effective and inexpensive color into the world for children and his invention has been used by generations of children Backmatter includes scenes from the

  9. says:

    Perseverance creativity and problem solving Excellent sidebar notes and word study about the origin of crayons 🖍

  10. says:

    I love this book I think I was drawn in by the colorful cover but also because my life is filled with crayons because of my kids I actually did not know the Crayola story so I really learned a lot from this beautiful picture book I did not know that Edwin Binney was the inventor of Crayola crayons Readers will be taken