What colour is the wind?
By Anne Hebauts
A blind child questions all he encounters––a dog, wolf, elephant, mountain, bird, stream, and tree––about the colour of the wind. Each responds differently, with a shape, colour, smell, texture, or idea. Each page displays a visual and tactile palette of cutouts, textures, colours. It is a sensory experience that makes the invisible experiential, ending with the wind as the pages fly.