Coloring by Number: Dinosaurs
Malen nach Zahlen ab 3: DinosaurierView all books in the series
- The popular coloring principle for little artists
- Coloring fun with guaranteed success
- Matched to commercially available pencil packs with 12 colors
24 pp 3 years + 21 x 29,5 cm EUR 4.99 June 2021 Softcover 978-3-473-48996-1
ContentField by field, the little ones can color in their favourite dinosaurs. Very small fields come pre-colored. The age-appropriate motifs and numbered coloring fields make it child's play to complete the images. In addition, the colors of the numbers themselves are so subtle that they disappear once a field is colored in, allowing children to create perfect works of art in the blink of an eye.
About the Series“Coloring by number” is the secret to successful coloring fun – even for small children. The age-appropriate motifs and numbered coloring fields make it child's play to complete the images and create fantastic works of art in the blink of an eye.
The IllustratorSimone Pahl, born in 1968, has always loved drawing. She initially studied architecture in Berlin and published a large number of illustrations while still working as an architect. In 2004, she decided to turn her passion into her job. She has been working as a freelance illustrator ever since, providing sophisticated illustrations for teaching materials, learning games and children’s and young adult books by various publishers. Her goal is to use her empathetic and lively drawing style to convey the contents of texts in memorable ways. Simone Pahl is a member of the German association for illustrators. You will find more information on www.simonepahl.de.
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