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Rainbow is My Favourite Colour

Penny Harrison Evie Barrow



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Egmont Books
02 December 2020
Series: Bronte
Colours are for everyone in this lively, feel-good story that challenges gender norms.

Bronte is a little girl who is expected to like pink. But that won't always do, as Bronte eloquently expresses in Rainbow is My Favourite Colour. She loves the green of grassy hills, the blue of her favourite boots and the purple of plums - in fact, she loves all the colours of the rainbow!

Rainbow is My Favourite Colour is an irresistible rhyming story that will charm all young colour enthusiasts (and those who enjoy smashing gender stereotypes!).
By:   Penny Harrison
Illustrated by:   Evie Barrow
Imprint:   Egmont Books
Country of Publication:   Australia
Dimensions:   Height: 275mm,  Width: 225mm, 
ISBN:   9781760505844
ISBN 10:   1760505846
Series:   Bronte
Pages:   24
Publication Date:   02 December 2020
Recommended Age:   From 3 to 99 years
Audience:   Children/juvenile ,  English as a second language
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Penny Harrison is a children's author, book reviewer, garden writer and lifestyle journalist. A professional writer for more than 20 years, she has contributed to a variety of leading magazines, newspapers, guides and books, writing about everything from raising toddlers to raising chickens. Penny grew up on a farm in central-western NSW and spent her days exploring the bush and planning treasure hunts with her four brothers and sisters. Nowadays, she lives in a rambling old garden in the Yarra Valley with her husband, two young children and an ever-growing menagerie of animals and plants. Evie Barrow is an Australian artist and illustrator, living in Melbourne. In 2019 her first picture book was published, Horatio Squeak, written by Karen Foxlee. Along with children's book work, her illustrations have featured in frankie magazine, Broadsheet press, Flow magazine and in the book Shout Out to the Girls. When done sharpening pencils, you'll find her reading in a sunny nook with her cat asleep on her lap, watching crime drama or taking neighbourhood walks.

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