The Color of Fun

The  Color of Fun
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Format: Paperback / softback, 140 Pages
ISBN: 9780711238138
Publisher: Frances Lincoln
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Description

The Color of FUN is a coloring pad featuring a black and white letters, symbols and numbers to color on each of its seventy sheets. Each black and white letter is intricately designed with cute animals and graphics that kids will love to look at. Both calming and therapeutic to color, this unique format offers an additional purpose: pages can be removed to spell out words and make banners. The letters and symbols included in the book can form specific words and messages, perfect for your child's room or for a special occasion.

The author

Jake McDonald began his career as a freelance illustrator after graduating from Brighton University in 2011 with a degree in Illustration.

He uses both traditional techniques and digital media to create his quirky art.
Jake's images "pop": quirky characters, bold palettes and eye-catching patterns are his specialties.

His work has appeared in DK's "Doodlepedia Animal Antics" and "Doodlepedia Dinosaurs", and he regularly provides column illustrations for Latest 7 Magazine.

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Specs

Format: Paperback / softback, 140 Pages
ISBN: 9780711238138
Size: 7.874 in x 8.661 in / 200 mm x 220 mm
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