Spooky Colouring and Activity Book by Kirsteen Robson
  

Spooky Colouring and Activity Book

Written by Kirsteen Robson
Illustrated by Candice Whatmore
Part of the Colouring Books Series

5+ readers   7+ readers   

RRP £4.99

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An exciting book full of ghastly and ghoulish scenes to colour; perfect for Hallowe'en. Are you brave enough to open this book? Can you cover its creepy pages with bold colours and daring doodles such as creepy characters, slimy snacks, scary faces and monster misfits? There's only one way to find out. Buy it and head for Spooksville.

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Synopsis

Spooky Colouring and Activity Book by Kirsteen Robson

Each right-hand page has a black and white scene to colour, whilst each left-hand pages features write-in activities including doodles, spot-the-difference, picture to complete and hints and tips on how to draw a range of spooky pictures.

About the Author

Kirsteen Robson is a prolific illustrator and designer of children's books.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 7 years

Author

Kirsteen Robson
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Publisher

Usborne Publishing Ltd

Publication date

1st September 2014

ISBN

9781409583158

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