The Great Extendable Colouring Book
Sam Hutchinson & Stu McLellan
b small publishing, 2016 (2016)
Reviewed by Bob Walch
ere's a special coloring book with pages that fold out to create panoramic scenes for the child to color. The seven special scenes unfold to include a safari, an under the sea adventure, a fashion show, a jungle trek, space exploration, playing sports and an arty street party.
recommend it for children five and older. I wouldn't give this book to a youngster until he or she is able to color within the lines. The illustrations on heavy paper are appropriate for color pencils, crayons or colored felt-tips. When the picture is finished (or before you start) it can be removed from the book for display on a wall or elsewhere.
n added bonus that accompanies each scene is questions that ask the viewer to locate objects within each picture. For example, '
Can you spot the cats in this street scene?
uality coloring books have become very popular with adults and children. This one will appeal more to a child than an adult, but that's not to say Mom or Dad can't lend a hand doing some of the coloring!
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