The Map Colouring Book by Natalie Hughes


The Map Colouring Book by Natalie Hughes

Children can colour their way around the world with this big and bold, poster-size colouring book. The striking maps are filled with features, landmarks, animals, artefacts and places to colour and are accompanied by bitesize bits of information. As well as containing bright and brilliant landscapes, maps to complete with colour and a world flag section, The Map Colouring Book.

About the Author

Natalie Hughes is a freelance illustrator and designer, specialising in children's books and greetings cards. Having gained a degree in Illustration & Animation, Hughes has gone on to work as an in-house graphic designer for a children's publisher and on a freelance basis for a host of international clients. Hughes loves to create colourful, quirky designs inspired by creatures, plants, patterns and people. She also has a passion for illustrating maps. @nataliedoodles

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48 pages
Interest Age: From 6


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Publication date

2nd July 2015



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