Called "the sweetest creation of child life yet written" by Mark Twain, Lucy Maud Montgomery's bittersweet tale recounts the adventures of a talkative red-headed orphan. Now this classic tale comes to life in 24 delightfully drawn illustrations. Children will love to color scenes of Anne's arrival at Green Gables -- a farm on Canada's Prince Edward Island -- her classroom scuffle with a rather opinionated young boy, her perilous journey in a leaky boat, and much more. The inspiration for 2016 PBS movie and the 2017 CBC/Netflix Anne mini-series.
The natural magic of butterflies and flowers abounds in 23 realistic illustrations, including a tiger swallowtail amid pansies, a snout butterfly sampling the goldenrod, a great spangled fritillary at ease among some coreopsis, plus twenty other varieties of lepidoptera Colorists of all ages can paint or color these portraits, which feature beautiful drawings, specially printed with light gray lines that virtually disappear with the addition of colors for a finished, professional look; high-quality paper, printed on one side only and suitable for watercolor, colored pencils, and other media; and perforated pages for easy removal from the book.
Sweet Cream the Cow wants to get to the barn. Can you lead her to it? Ducks, chicks, cows, and other farm animals are also eager to get to where they want to go. You can help And when you're finished, you can have even more fun by coloring the large pictures that accompany these 30 brainteasers.
Interact with Skippyjon Jones in his first Sticker Stories Skippyjon Jones wants to show Mama Junebug Jones just how much he loves her by giving her the perfect present. A card? Her favorite meal? Young readers will love to interact with the story by adding different stickers to each spread.
Thirty pictures of big vehicles doing powerful work come to life with the help of crayons. Trucks and forklifts move heavy materials, mighty drills dig deep holes while dump trucks, cement mixers, cranes, wrecking balls, and other fascinating machines do their jobs.
Children who love to color and who delight in solving puzzles will find this book a double treat. Anna Pomaska's charmingly drawn, imaginative scenes, peopled by elves, fairies, and other magical and ordinary creatures, have the added attraction of hidden objects -- animals, numbers, letters, and other items -- cleverly worked into the designs.
Thirty-one pictures include all kinds of objects to hunt for while coloring: fish, birds, mice, rabbits, airplanes, flags, umbrellas, ice cream cones, laughing faces, mermaids, ghosts, and more. Captions for each picture provide story lines and indicate the numbers and kinds of items to locate. Solutions are provided in the back of the book.
The 30 full-page drawings in this big coloring book introduce you to the many important members of the fire department.
You'll find young firefighters in full dress, trying to put out a fire; a fire department ambulance and personnel; a shiny fire truck proudly displaying the company banner in a parade; Sparky, the firehouse Dalmation; a firefighter's coat, overalls, hat, and boots; a firehouse cook preparing a meal; a fireman speaking to a classroom of children during Fire Prevention Week; and much more.
Loaded with big, easy-to-color pictures that will appeal to any youngster, this inexpensive coloring book is a great way for children to learn about fire safety and the activities of community firefighters.
The Music Workbook contains pages of coloring, tracing, matching, ear training and listening that have been carefully designed to reinforce the musical concepts introduced in the Music Lesson Book 4. In full color, 48 pages.
Take your child's creativity outside Laura C. Martin offers 65 art projects that kids can make with materials found right in their backyard. There's no limit to the imaginative possibilities as children mix paints from colorful flower blossoms, dig clay for molding elf-sized furniture, and craft functional twig baskets. Cultivating a respectful engagement with nature while developing artistic skills, Nature's Art Box is an inspiring handbook for the next generation of expressive and conscientious stewards of the earth's resources.