Colors and Critters Coloring Book

Colors and Critters Coloring Book

Pink Prancing Pigs! Yellow Yawning Yaks! Red Ravishing Roosters! This unique coloring book is one that both kids and adults can enjoy (really!). Also, it's fun to have a coloring book that none of the other kids will have. The colors of the rainbow are represented, along with pink, brown, black, and white. There's fun facts included as well about the animals along the way...did you know that the walrus capital of the world is Savoonga, Alaska?

  • A collection of 26 of the coolest designer paper toys in existence, ready to be cut out and built - each papertoy has step-by-step instructions and easy-to-use diagrams. This also comes with a DVD with all 26 toy templates in P... A collection of 26 of the coolest designer paper toys in existence, ready to be cut out and built - each papertoy has step-by-step instructions and easy-to-use diagrams. This also comes with a DVD with all 26 toy templates in PDF format (so you can build cities full of papertoys), basic shapes (so you can learn the building blocks of papertoys), blank templates (so you can create your own “skin”) and 33 bonus templates (it also has interviews with all the designers in the book).

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  • Clever, clever! Mail it and the recipient can fold it into a paper airplane and boink someone in the head. Most excellent.

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