ISBN 978-1-922337-94-9

Ray The Rainbow

A tale of morality, self-discovery and we discover the secret behind the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow!

Rainbows are little, they are only black and white. No colours at all. But something special happens on their 7th birthday! Through a tale of morality and self-discovery, Ray learns some very important aspects about himself and the world and we also discover the secret behind the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow!

About the Author

High school teacher, outdoor adventure sport enthusiast, acoustic entertainer and now a Children’s Book author of Ray the Rainbow. Chris Robinson grew up on the Mornington Peninsula as a beach baby listening to parents singing and playing piano and guitar, hearing countless improv tales by campfires and favourite children’s book stories on the couch at home.
He spent many years travelling and exploring the world and its continents, from Africa to South and Central America, Asia, living in Japan for 2 years, snowboarding in Canada all the while, listening to other people’s stories, discovering more about self and unearthing important aspects of life.
Now residing in Mornington with his fiancé, they aim to work in schools around Australia and use the book to teach children about morality, self-discovery and explore and inspire them about what is important in life and how to make ourselves and the world a better place.