A Day So Gray is a colorful story, told entirely through dialogue, about the virtues of slowing down to notice the world around us.
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The font colors of the title on this book’s cover—monochromatic letters, save for the rainbow-hued letters in the word “gray”—gives readers an indication of the colorful adventure in store.
Two friends stare out the window on a snowy winter’s day, donning their coats, hats and earmuffs. “This day is so gray,” says the glass-half-empty girl,…
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