Leon the Chameleon

Leon the Chameleon

Leon the Chameleon Leon the chameleon has a problem When the other little chameleons turn green yellow or blue he turns red purple or orange Leon doesn t turn the opposite color on purpose He just can t help it Being

  • Title: Leon the Chameleon
  • Author: Mélanie Watt
  • ISBN: 9781553375272
  • Page: 173
  • Format: Paperback
  • Leon the chameleon has a problem When the other little chameleons turn green, yellow or blue he turns red, purple or orange Leon doesn t turn the opposite color on purpose He just can t help it Being different makes Leon feel lonely One day, the little chameleons go exploring and lose their way As the parents anxiously search for their little ones, they suddenly sLeon the chameleon has a problem When the other little chameleons turn green, yellow or blue he turns red, purple or orange Leon doesn t turn the opposite color on purpose He just can t help it Being different makes Leon feel lonely One day, the little chameleons go exploring and lose their way As the parents anxiously search for their little ones, they suddenly spot a speck of color far off in the distance It s Leon And thanks to his brilliant hue, the little chameleons are rescued This time, being different makes Leon feel proud Leon the Chameleon is a charming story that also explores the basic elements of color At the end of the book, a color wheel displays primary colors and their complementary hues.

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    This is an adorable children's book about Leon the Chameleon who always changes the opposite colour of his surroundings. He feels like an outsider who doesn't belong, but this ability helps him save the other little chameleons one day. After that, he becomes proud of his different colouring.My son loves the book. He immediately went through it and pointed out every single chameleon on every single page while saying "there he is". Most of the chameleons blend in with only their shape distinguishi [...]

    (sigh). Another book that teaches that your disability is only celebrated if it is useful. Another form of the Rudolph story. Great for the use of complimentary colors.

    Great book for teaching children that it's okay to be different & how to accept others who are different.The illustrations are so cute!

    I wanted to read this story again last night, and I asked a lot of questions in French (pourquoi?) as Dad read it. I also practiced saying my colors in French.

    I read this book to the library kids at the summer reading program yesterday. The "Dig Into Reading" manual had a color,cut, and paste craft about cave salamanders. I figured chameleons matched well enough. This book is about a chameleon that always changes the wrong color. It is intended to introduce the concept of complementary colors. I loved the pictures - lots of opportunities to interact with young children. The kids had fun looking for chameleons of the same color when they were successfu [...]

    This is a very cute story about a little chameleon named Leon who does not camouflage so well. He seems to turn the opposite colour to what he’s standing on. Leon always feels like he does not fit in with the other little chameleons and get’s embarrassed when he stands out. One day the other little chameleons go exploring and get lost, but Leon saves the day. It seems standing out isn’t always a bad thing. :0)The children in my class really seem to enjoy this story and always ask lots of q [...]

    This is a sweet story about a chameleon who just cannot blend in like everyone else. Besides being a lesson in seeing the goodness in our uniqueness, it's also a lesson in primary and complementary colors. We have really enjoyed Mélanie Watt's stories and while this book is not likely to replace Chester as our girls' favorite, it was an entertaining story and we enjoyed reading it together.

    This is a cute story about Leon who is a chameleon but does not blend in to his background like other chameleons. Instead he changes to the opposite color so he feels different and left out. However something changes that makes him feel different (in a good way).A nice story about excepting that everyone is different and special in their own way.

    A very simple story. Somewhat sweet. About fitting in, even if you're different. It's also about complementary colors. (Instead of camouflaging himself, Leon can't help but change into the color that's complementary to his background.)

    Not my favorite Watt book but cute still. It just didn't tickle my funny bone like Scaredy Squirrel or Chester the cat.

    A cute story about differences and how they are good. I love books that teach kids that it is great to be different and for others to embrace those differences.

    This book teaches kids that its okay to be different that even if you're not like everyone else you have special talents you can offer. It also teaches a bit about colors.

    This book teaches kids that its okay to be different that even if you're not like everyone else you have special talents you can offer. It also teaches a bit about colors.

    3.5 starsa cute book about colors. Also a nice reminder that we all matter and can contribute. Sometimes our differences is our assets!

    This is book surprisingly holds everyone attention when reading this aloud. Interesting concepts with colors and opposite and friendship.

    Teaches children it is ok to be different from other people. Not everyone is alike in the world. He changes the opposite color of what he was around and did not do it on purpose.

    What a very excellent message this book had. I was not expecting the deeper meaning. Plus, there was an introductory lesson on color which was a great review for my littles.

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