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Download Pirates Ahoy! Stained Glass Coloring Book (Dover Stained Glass Coloring Book) ePub

by John Green,Coloring Books,Pirates

Download Pirates Ahoy! Stained Glass Coloring Book (Dover Stained Glass Coloring Book) ePub
  • ISBN 0486444880
  • ISBN13 978-0486444888
  • Language English
  • Author John Green,Coloring Books,Pirates
  • Publisher Dover Publications (January 3, 2006)
  • Pages 8
  • Formats docx txt lrf azw
  • Category Children
  • Subcategory Activities Crafts and Games
  • Size ePub 1264 kb
  • Size Fb2 1313 kb
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 263

A sturdy pirate ship flying the skull and crossbones along with a crew of marauding seamen and a treasure chest of coins and jewels are ready to be brought to life with crayons, paints, or markers. Place the finished pictures near a source of bright light and watch each exciting scene glow with life.

There are about 12 pages, so not a huge coloring book but usual for the Dover coloring books. This is a nice coloring book for older children and adults. One person found this helpful.

Sixteen action-packed scenes take colorists on a maritime adventure with swashbuckling pirates sporting eye . Color the pictures and then place near a source of bright light.

Sixteen action-packed scenes take colorists on a maritime adventure with swashbuckling pirates sporting eye patches, pistols, and swords. Dover Pictorial Archives.

Simply color and place near a window or other light source to see rain forest animals come to vibrant life. For more than 20 years, John Green has created popular Dover coloring books. Original Dover (1994) publication. He specializes in realistic drawings of people, animals, and places, and his recent titles range from Life in Old Japan to Dogs to Paint or Color.

When I read coloring book, I think of a larger, multi paged book for fun coloring for children. There are 8 paper pages. You can color on both sides of the thin paper. I imagine they are called stained glass because they are printed on thin, transluscent paper that then be "displayed" by a lamp. This is,in my opinion, a souvenier from a museum, and not a fun coloring book. 2 people found this helpful.

More in Stained Glass Coloring Book Series

More in Stained Glass Coloring Book Series. Dover Publications, 2004, Paperback. Among the 16 lively illustrations are menacing scenes of swashbuckling pirates with eye patches, pistols, and swords; a ship's captain hovering over a chest of gold; and a three-masted ship under full sail, flying the dreaded skull and crossbones. Use crayons, felt-tip pens, or paints to bring this motley crew vividly to life. A source of bright light helps each completed picture take on the magical glow of stained glass art. Author Bio. ▼▲.

The eight awesome dragons in this little stained glass coloring book will help young time travelers on their wa.

The eight awesome dragons in this little stained glass coloring book will help young time travelers on their way. The fire-breathing monsters are as daunting as ever - and there's a whimsically rendered fellow added just for fun. Use crayons, paints, or felt-tip pens to color the astonishing creatures, then place them near a source of bright light to create a bit of medieval magic.

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Blackbeard
I purchased this item as a reward token for my classroom.

There are only 8 pages in this booklet, and they are of small size. I took out the staples and cut the pages in half for my students.

Wet markers (such as the standards school/child markers) make the paper curl. Crayon is too messy. Colored pencil works well, if your students can work with/handle them.

If you use a token economy in your classroom, these could be useful in a lower-cost bin or as an incentive for student's behavior.
Nuadora
I almost missed this book in my box from amazon. I was totally shocked when I actually found it, as it was pocket-sized. I'm lucky I didn't throw it away.