|aChameleon's colors /|cChisato Tashiro ; translated by Marianne Martens
|a1st pbk. ed
|aNew York, London :|bNorth-South,|c2007, c2003
|a1 v. (unpaged) :|bcol. ill. ;|c29 cm
|aOriginally published : 2003
|a"First published in Switzerland under the title : Carlo Chamleon."--T.p
|a"A Michael Neugebauer book."
|aTired of always changing colors, Chameleon is surprised to discover that other jungle animals are bored with their appearances, and he sets out to make each whatever color and pattern he or she wishes
Chameleon is tired of constantly changing colors. He blends in wherever he goes and no one ever sees him Hippo, however, is envious of Chameleon. He would love to be a different color. Surprisingly, all of the other animals in the jungle would too So Chameleon sets to work painting stripes on the lion, polka-dots on the elephant using every color and pattern under the sun. But as the animals soon learn, changing their original appearance causes problems they never expected...