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WHAT IS A RAINBOW REALLY?

Note that the title is a working title which may change before publication and that it IS listed as a children's book.

As announced on Publishers Marketplace.

Category - Children's:Picture book

Author of THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH and THE GOD DELUSION Richard Dawkins's WHAT IS A RAINBOW REALLY, an illustrated book that presents big questions about the natural world with answers first by cultural and religious myths, and then by lucid scientific explanations (e.g. what is a rainbow? Why are there seasons?), to Hilary Redmon at Free Press, and UK rights to Sally Gaminara at Transworld, for publication in 2011, by John Brockman. Dave McKean is represented by Merrilee Heifetz at Writers House.

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