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Brigg lives in a small, grey room in a large, grey city. When he finds a book in the library labelled ‘Do Not Read’, he can’t resist taking it home. In it, he comes upon pictures of bright, vibrant things called flowers. He can’t find flowers anywhere in the city, but finds a packet of seeds instead. Can a single flower bring colour back into the world?
- An enigmatic story told with utter simplicity
- Resonates long after the final page is turned
- Illustrated with beautiful, haunting pictures
- A moving story of finding light in darkness
“There is a touchingly indelible beauty about this most remarkable book.” School Librarian Journal
April 24th, 2006
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