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7 edition of Do You Remember the Color Blue found in the catalog.

Do You Remember the Color Blue

The Questions Children Ask About Blindness

by Sally Hobart Alexander

  • 218 Want to read
  • 39 Currently reading

Published by Viking Juvenile .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Body & health,
  • Fiction dealing with social issues,
  • Social Situations - Special Needs,
  • Children: Grades 4-6,
  • Blindness,
  • Juvenile Nonfiction,
  • Children"s 9-12 - Sociology,
  • Children"s Books/Ages 9-12 Nonfiction,
  • Social Issues - Special Needs,
  • Juvenile literature,
  • Games & Activities - Questions & Answers,
  • Social Studies - General,
  • Juvenile Fiction / General,
  • Blind authors,
  • Biography,
  • Blind

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages48
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7643473M
    ISBN 100670880434
    ISBN 109780670880430
    OCLC/WorldCa41488721

    Richard J. Gerrig, Mahzarin R. Banaji, in Thinking and Problem Solving, A Color Memory. When researchers first turned their attention to the Sapir–Whorf hypothesis, memory for color was considered to be an ideal domain for study (see Brown, ).Whorf had suggested that language users “dissect nature along the lines laid down by [their] native languages” (, p. . Black is the most common color we see (every shadow in every crevice and object) and is easy to ignore unless we pick up on some other clue that it’s something worth looking at. Blue tends to be relatively rare in nature and something that is wort.

      The Snow Queen.,She has read all the newspapers in the world, and forgotten them again, so clever is she., Digital ID , New York Public LibraryFictional works are usually cataloged by author and title, not by subject or plot line, which makes identifying books by their plot or story line difficult. Before you start your search it would help if you can identify Author: Sharon Rickson. This, in turn, affects your ability to remember what you read. White paper tends to "glare" and make printed text appear as if it's moving. This is remedied by wearing glasses that are tinted a different color or by using a colored plastic, transparent slip over the paper.

      Book Review: Blue, the history of a color in Books. I’d never thought I’d say this, but this is a book about a color — and you have to read it! But Blue doesn’t do this. This mnemonic is one way to remember the order: ‘Richard Of York Gave Battle In Vain’. Coloured light There are three primary colours in light: red, green and blue.


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Join Sally as she takes you on an adventure, into the world of the blind in Do You Remember the Color Blue by Sally Hobart Alexander.

This biography takes you into the life of Sally and all of those who are blind. Sally became blind in her twenties, and /5(13). Author Sally Hobart Alexander does remember the color blue because she lost her sight completely at age In this book, she answers 13 /5(4).

Author Sally Hobart Alexander does remember the color blue because she lost her sight completely at age In this book, she answers 13 questions children have asked her about going blind. Alexander's honesty and wit discussing how she met her husband, ways her two sighted children played tricks on her and how she handles day to day activities Cited by: 1.

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Do You Remember the Color Blue: The Questions Children Ask about Blindness by Sally Hobart Alexander. The author, who lost her eyesight at has raised two children of her own and read more. The author, who lost her eyesight at has raised two children of her own and has spoken to many groups of children over the years as a.

An eloquent memoir in questions and answers, as Alexander (On My Own,etc.) tackles the children's queries she most often encounters. The essay format is a departure for Alexander—her story of blindness began in the autobiography Taking Hold ()—but it retains the anecdotal intimacy of the previous book.

Ultimately upbeat, she conversationally recounts her journey Author: Sally Hobart Alexander. Do you remember the color blue?: and other questions kids ask about blindness Item PreviewPages: Get this from a library.

Do you remember the color blue?: and other questions kids ask about blindness. [Sally Hobart Alexander] -- Children ask questions of an author who lost her vision at the age of twenty-seven, including "How did you become blind?" "How can you read?" and "Was it hard to be a parent when you couldn't see.

Do You Remember the Color Blue?: And Other Questions Kids Ask about Blindness View larger image. By: Sally Hobart Alexander.

Book Details Book Quality: Excellent Book Size: 70 Pages ISBN Publisher: N/A Log In You must be logged into Bookshare to access this : Sally Hobart Alexander. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.

Do You Remember the Color Blue. by Sally Hobart Alexander,Viking edition, in EnglishCited by: 1. Click to read more about Do You Remember the Color Blue?: The Questions Children Ask About Blindness by Sally Hobart Alexander.

LibraryThing is a /5(2). Attention, memory, and colour. Colour helps us in memorizing certain information by increasing our attentional level.

The role played by colour in enhancing our attention level is undisputable (14,23).The more attention focused on certain stimuli, the more chances of the stimuli to be transferred to a more permanent memory storage ().As stated earlier, colours Cited by:   After thinking about it, I decided to do a color-based display.

There’s an old joke in bookselling and libraries that people will often ask for a book by saying they don’t remember the title but it had a blue cover with a dog on it. (Invariably when you find the title it will be a red book with a cat on the cover but that’s a different.

Purple remembers. I remember your eyes, your laughter. I remember so many things about you. You are a shooting star. Your light trails across the heavens. I blinked and you were gone. Brown is the old penny I found on the sidewalk. To get your own copy: My Favorite Color is Blue.

Use color theory. Color theory can help you color code your studies. A basic principle of color theory is that opposite colors on the color wheel create strongest contrast.

Thus, you can use orange and blue or red and green or yellow and dark/navy blue to highlight complex notes.

Restrict the use of colors to only 2 colors. Then there was the cocktail party study, in which a group of interior designers, architects and corporate color scientists built model rooms decorated as bars in red, blue or found. Blue in general it seems is a relaxing and calming color, but lighter shades will seem more ‘friendly’ while darker ones seem a little more somber.

Back to the experts, many color psychologists recommend using blue colors, but adding a bit of extra kick with orange, especially for highlighting information (like we mentioned earlier!). Editions. Do You Remember the Color Blue. and Other Questions Kids Ask About Blindness Turtleback Books Distributed by Demco Media, Turtleback, /5(56).

The monster was blue and green in color and looked like it had feathers for a tail. I kept the book into adulthood and my kids ripped it up about 15 years ago. Reply. I don’t know the title or the author of the book, but I do remember how much I loved the notion that you could literally find people who loved you or would love you anywhere.

Featuring all the Super Simple Puppets, sing along with this bright and happy colors song: What's Your Favorite Color?! 🎶My favorite color’s blue, how ‘bout you, how ‘bout you?When reading in a body of words, red catches your attention immediately other colors are less conspicuous Some or even like purple dark green.

colors your mind will almost skip completely over because of difficulty looking at it and finally you are always more likely to remember.You associate two different thoughts to help you remember, for instance, plane leaves at two o’clock and plane has two wings.

"ROY G. BIV" is a mnemonical device for the colors of the spectrum: Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Indigo and Violet.