The Colours That Blind

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She is scarred, in more ways than one, but her memory is a treasure trove - and her stories of Zimbabwe's war for independence are a long, long way from the history Tumirai has heard before.

From the author of HOPE IS OUR ONLY WING.
A breathtaking YA novel set in Zimbabwe about freedom, inter-generational friendships and forgiving the past.

Fourteen-year-old Tumirai lives with his protective big brother, Mkoma in Harare, Zimbabwe. He's the first kid with albinism ever to have attended his school and constantly feels like an outsider.

When his brother is invited to go travelling for work, Tumirai goes to stay with their grandmother, Ambuya Thandie. She is scarred, in more ways than one, but her memory is a treasure trove - and her stories of Zimbabwe's war for independence are a long, long way from the history Tumirai has heard before.

From the author of 'Hope Is Our Only Wing'
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Weight 0.281000
Author Tavengerwei, Rutendo
Availability IP
Department Children's
Format Paperback
ISBN 9781471408182
Pages 384
Published 14/05/2020
Publisher Hot Key Books
Section Children Books
Size Unfolded 198x129mm
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