The National Trust: The Colouring Book of Cards and Envelopes - Nature by Rebecca Jones
  

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The National Trust: The Colouring Book of Cards and Envelopes - Nature by Rebecca Jones

Get creative with this amazingly innovative colouring book, full of beautifully-designed cards and envelopes to tear out and colour. The twenty four gorgeous designs include woodland animals, flowers, butterflies and birds and are perfect for all ages to decorate and send to family and friends.

About the Author

Rebecca Jones

Rebecca is an English illustrator living in Australia. She grew up in a creative, if slightly eccentric, family. Her days were spent roaming the English countryside collecting wild flowers and leaves, chasing butterflies and birds, and drawing tiny pictures of everything she could. After graduating from art school in Winchester, she moved to London where she worked as a textile designer. She worked there for a few years, until her restlessness had her flying off to Australia in search of adventure. Now she has replaced the countryside with concrete, and lives slap bang in the middle of a big city. But she is to be found most days in her studio, drinking endless cups of tea, staring out of the window at a bunch of imaginary critters, and trying to draw them.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
74 pages
Interest Age: From 3

Author

Rebecca Jones
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Publisher

Nosy Crow Ltd
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Publication date

14th February 2016

ISBN

9780857637253


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