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Freya is on a mission to catch her very own rainbow
Freya loves all the bright colours of a rainbow. And she loves their curvy shape, too. Looking at rainbows is fun but what Freya really wants is a rainbow of her very own. Armed with a net and a rucksack full of rainbow hunting kit, Freya sets off to find one and, when there are no rainbows to be found, she tries making one!
Just mixing sun and water can’t be that hard after all. When that doesn’t work either, Freya sets out creating a rainbow of her very own from all the colours around her.
Freya loves rainbows. She loves their bright colours and their curvy shape. More than anything, she wishes she had one of her very own. One that she can keep forever. So she decides to become a Rainbow Hunter! She searches high and low, but no rainbows are to be found, so she decides to make her own, collecting items in every colour of the rainbow from the garden. But when things don't go quite to plan, Freya has to use her imagination and creativity to come up with a way to make her wish come true.
A vibrant story from the author of the bestselling The Perfect Fit with technicolour illustrations by Ana Gomez.
'...brilliant book with totally adorable illustrations by Ana Gomez. I've had way too much fun making rainbows after reading this clever tale.' - Julie Sykes, Author of The Unicorn Academy
'Beautiful! I love Freya and her determination.' - Anna Wilson, Author of The Wide, Wide Sea
|Publication date:||4th August 2022|
|Publisher:||Oxford University Press|
|Year Groups:||Early Years|
|Topics:||Family / Home Stories, Fiction PSHE Titles|
Naomi Jones spent eight years selling children's books rights before embarking on a career as a freelance writer. She currently also works as a freelance industry editor, and reviews children's books for the award-winning family travel website Mini Travellers.More About Naomi Jones