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'Encyclopedia of Rainbows' Is the Perfect Book for Color Organizing Enthusiasts

Rebecca OConnell
Encyclopedia of Rainbows: Our World Organized by Color by Julie Seabrook Ream, published by Chronicle Books 2017.
Encyclopedia of Rainbows: Our World Organized by Color by Julie Seabrook Ream, published by Chronicle Books 2017. / Encyclopedia of Rainbows: Our World Organized by Color by Julie Seabrook Ream, published by Chronicle Books 2017.
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Let's face it: Whether it be stamps, coupons, or fruit, everything looks better when color-coordinated. Julie Seabrook Ream highlights a collection of colorful flat lays in Encyclopedia of Rainbows, a whimsical index that's bursting with color.

Each page offers readers a different selection of eye candy all neatly organized in rainbow order. The book is separated into two categories, the natural world and the built world, which include themes like daisies, toy trains, matchbooks, berries, and more.

You can peek at some of the book's offerings below or grab your own copy on Amazon.

Encyclopedia of Rainbows: Our World Organized by Color by Julie Seabrook Ream, published by Chronicle Books 2017.

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