Not always just blue


In a very blue house, on a very blue street, a boy sits in his very blue room. But the boy has a big secret: his favorite color is not blue, but yellow. Deeply hidden in a box in his closet, the boy guards his most valuable yellow treasures.

Until one day his father discovers his secret - and creates a world for him in which all colors of the rainbow are welcome.


For children aged 3 and above

32 pages | hardcover edition, hardcopy


We love it because


This small but beautiful story shows how easy it could be to encourage everyone to be more diverse and open.

“Everyone should live as they please.” An important message for our society and one that still requires a lot of courage to implement.

The little protagonist of the story shows how easy it could be.
The text is packaged in various rhyme schemes and adapts beautifully to the attractive illustrations. Simple and pretty, but meaningful and powerful.



Robert Tregoning
Robert Tregoning studied at the Glasgow School of Art before pursuing a career on the West End stage. He starred in, among others, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, directed by Oscar winner Sam Mendes, and in the Royal Shakespeare Company's Matilda the Musical, directed by Matthew Warchus.

As an LGBTQ+ author, Robert hopes to help children and adults alike embrace and celebrate everything that makes us unique. The stories Robert writes are stories he would have liked to read as a child. He hopes they provide a voice of recognition, affirmation and kindness to those who need it.