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The Colour of Happy

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A beautiful exploration of feelings shown through colour as one little boy navigates a range of emotions - from happiness and excitement to hope and love, all on his way to present a gift to his mum.

Blue is for the calm I feel wandering in the spring.
Yellow is for happy when I spot a special thing. This book is the perfect introduction to both emotions and colours.

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About Laura Baker

Laura grew up in Canada with a passion for stories. She followed this passion to attain an Honours BA in English and then moved abroad to Wales for an MA in Creative Writing and an adventure - and she never left! She now lives in a lovely coastal town in South Wales with her husband, two sons and big basset hound. She has been writing and editing award-winni

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About Angie Rozelaar

Angie Rozelaar grew up in Kent, but has since lived in London, Brighton, Devon, Sweden and France. She studied at Chelsea Art School and Exeter University, and has worked as an illustrator since 2009. She uses a variety of materials to create her illustrations, including crayons, watercolours, inks and pens. She has illustrated Busy Nursery and Busy Christma

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