Colour Me


FISH - Foundation for Indigenous Sustainable Health

We are all different. But together we colour our world amazing.

Using the rainbow as a metaphor for our diversity and uniqueness, Indigenous author Ezekiel Kwaymullina joins forces with award-winning illustrator Moira Court in this gorgeous new picture book. Luminous screen prints and evocative prose celebrate every individual colour as well as the power of their combination.

'This beautiful picture book will engage young readers through shape and colour, movement, sound and text in a most satisfying whole. Recommended to share with little ones.' Magpies

'... award-winning author Ezekiel Kwaymullina delivers a magical story about the beauty of difference and the wonder of different elements coming together to create something amazing ... Colour Me is a vibrant, heart-warming story you will treasure for many years to come.' Kids' Book Review

'This colourful book will engage young readers as they learn how the rainbow can be a metaphor for our diversity and uniqueness.' writingWA

'Colour Me closes with a rainbow and the strong message of diversity and inclusion that the rainbow has come to represent.' SBS Life

About the Author

Ezekiel Kwaymullina is from the Palyku people of the Pilbara region of Western Australia.

Moira Court grew up in the West Country, England. She emigrated to Australia in 2001 and now lives in the Perth Hills with her husband, daughter and fur children. An artist and illustrator, she predominantly works in printmaking and likes to chop up the failures to use for collaging. Her work is inspired by nature, conservation, folklore and folk art.

About the Book


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