'This book is Dyslexic inclusive; it is printed in a font that everyone can read, including people with dyslexia.
'Iris is a unique and charming little girl whose daily ritual is to live a different color of the rainbow. She only wears clothing of that color, eats food of that shade, and plays with toys or games of that tint.
'But one red day her mum forgets to wash her red clothes, they can't find any red food at the markets and her red book is missing.
'How does Iris handle this out-of-control situation?
'With her mum's help, Iris figures out that she can have rainbow days.
'This story is about how children can become obsessive with objects or activities so as to make sense of them or life, or to feel comfortable and in control. This scenario shows that it's not the end of the world when something goes wrong, it's OK, and with the help from others you can work through it and find other ways to move forward.' (Publication summary)