A snooty panda and zebra pair refuse to play with Filippo the flamingo because he is “too pink.” It all seems black and white to Filippo who begins to hate his rosy feathers. His story illustrated in shades of grey with bold pink accents, the dispirited bird hears insightful words from his family; with the friendship of a fun-loving lemur, he learns that the world is a much better place because of its beautiful variety of colorations, but especially pink.
Pallas Gates McCorquodale
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