My selection is the classic "Hailstones and Halibut Bones" by Mary O'Neill with illustrations by John Wallner.
Originally published in 1961, O'Neill's book has become a classic treasured for her rich descriptions of colors described in terms of feelings, meanings, and impressions related to our many senses beyond the visual.
Here are the last few lines from her poem on purple:
The purple feeling
Is rather put-out
The purple look
Is a definite pout.
But the purple sound
Is the loveliest thing
It's a violet opening
In the spring.
Wallner's paintings provide a lovely interpretation of the text.