Download African Plains Coloring Book by Dianne Gaspas-Ettl, Coloring Books PDF

By Dianne Gaspas-Ettl, Coloring Books

ISBN-10: 0486292304

ISBN-13: 9780486292304

This intriguing coloring e-book, documenting the wildlife of the African plains, will thrill colorists and nature fans alike. 41 life like scenes (including 4 double-page spreads), meticulously researched and adequately rendered via artist Dianne Gaspas-Ettl, depict numerous wild animals of their typical habitats.
Included are ready-to-color illustrations of an impressive giraffe at a water gap, a matriarch and herd of African elephants, a cheetah with its younger on an deserted termite mound, a yellow-winged bat amid the blossoms of the baobab tree, village weaverbirds' nests placing from umbrella acacia, and lots more and plenty extra. Descriptive captions accompany every one representation, choosing matters by means of universal and Latin names and in short describing the environment.

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