Along Came A Different, by Tom McLaughlin (paperback Feb 2019)
Light hearted take on ‘being different’ using colours. Funny and yet the message is clear.
Paperback from Feb 2019 priced at £6.99
* currently publisher out of stock Nov 2020, awaiting reprint information
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