Does skin colour determine the friends a preschooler can make? How does it feel to be ''different'' amongst peers in a preschool setting? Addressing these key questions, "Colours of Friendship" explores the views, attitudes and feelings of a small group of preschoolers in Singapore on the process of friend selection and in some cases, the despair of rejection. Children''s viewpoints are projected in their own voices through the innovative use of Persona Dolls and coloured photographs in semi-structured interviews. "Colours of Friendship" will be a valuable addition to the libraries of teachers and researchers who want to understand children''s experiences first-hand and who seek to co-build a world with our children, which is foundationed on mutual respect and acceptance of the myraid differences that make our planet an interesting place to call home.