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U Color: Coloring Book- Wildlife

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This book is designed to help children experience the artist inside them, while at the same time building an appreciation for our fellow Earth travelers. 30 pages of wildlife images, created from actual photos, will provide many hours of fun. The pages in this book can be colored using color pencils, Crayons or chalk. The images are printed only on one side, making them ...more
Paperback, 62 pages
Published September 9th 2013 by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
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Harry Hallman
Oct 15, 2013 Harry Hallman added it  ·  (Review from the author)
I developed this book with the idea of creating a series of animal oriented coloring books to help children better appreciate animals while they enjoy the universal desire to create. I donate $1 per book to an animal welfare group, especially no kill shelters, for each book sold.

Of course, I cannot rate a book I created.

Look for more animal coloring books in the future.
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Hallman was born in 1944 and raised in the Kensington section of North Philadelphia. That was a year before World War II ended. He was influenced by the stories told by returning servicemen and the proliferation of war movies that were shown on the then new invention of the television. With the influence of movie heroes such as John Wayne, and re
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