Calum McGregor is a blond boy in a ginger family, and hes fed up with being the odd one out. He tries every hair-brained scheme he can think of to turn his blond head red. But does Calum really need to be a ginger nut to be a McGregor?
A sweet and funny story with a positive message about being different.
'This funny story is wonderfully brought to life by Joanne Nethercott's action-filled illustrations.'
-- Jane Sandell, The Scotsman, 9th April 2011.
'A funny story about coming to terms with being the way you are.'
-- Juno Magazine, March 2011
'A funny, delightful story with the message that being different can be great.'
-- Creative Steps, Summer 2011
'A modern morality tale... which is both beautifully illustrated and well written, is a perfect bed-time story which will delight children and adults alike.'
-- Ayrshire Reviews,June/July 2011
'Calum's complaints might be those of any child searching for his place in a family... The resolution to the child's predicament as he discovers his other attributes is likely to find understanding and acceptance among younger readers.'
--School Library Journal Reviews, January 2012