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The Baby Animals Colouring Book - Jonny Marx (Paperback)

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Description

From colouring in a family of ducklings as they have their first swimming lesson to a meadow of baby lambs, children who revel in all things cute will love The Baby Animals Colouring Book.

Product Details

Barcode
9781780553061
Department
Books
Released
1 Apr 2017
Supply Source
UK

Book

Authors
Jonny Marx (Editor)
Hannah Wood
Ela Jarzabek
Hannah Wood (Illustrator)
Ela Jarzabek (Illustrator)
Binding
Paperback
Publisher
Michael O'Mara Books Ltd
Language
English
Number of Pages
64
Dimensions
246 x 189 x 6mm (250g)

Summary

Embrace the spirit of spring with this adorable coloring book overflowing with beautiful baby animals! From coloring a family of ducklings as they have their first swimming lesson to a meadow of baby lambs, children can choose from hundreds of adorable baby animals to color in, which will keep them busy for hours.

Juvenile Fiction

General Subject
Children's Activity/Puzzle
BISAC Subject 2
Juvenile Nonfiction / Art / Techniques
BISAC Subject 3
Juvenile Nonfiction / Crafts & Hobbies
BIC Classification 1
Colouring & painting activity books
Readership
Children / Juvenile

Author Bio

Ela Jarzabek lives in Katowice, Poland. She graduated from Cracow Academy of Fine Arts with a Master's Academy degree in Graphic Design and a Second degree in Painting. Since then she has worked as a freelance illustrator. She loves working on watercolour paper with gouache, acrylic paints, and coloured pencils and creating illustrations with funny characters that are bright and colourful.

Hannah Wood grew up in the Netherlands and Norway. Returning to England she studied politics and history at university. Finally she saw the light and after a spell as a graphic designer followed her first love- illustration. Illustration styles and techniques never stand still and Hannah's styles and techniques are always evolving. She lives in a little quaint village in the middle of England with two cats and an ever growing collection of 50s ephemera and cook books.