Boats Stained Glass Coloring Book

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Courier Corporation, 1999 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 8 pages
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For youngsters who like boats and who like to color, this little activity book offers hours of fun. Illustrations of eight different vessels, attractively rendered by artist A. G. Smith, depict a sturdy tugboat, a simple dory with a fisherman on board preparing his traps, a sleek sailboat, a trawler, an ocean liner, a triple-masted Chinese junk, and two more. Youngsters can bring these ships magically to life simply by coloring the boldly outlined drawings with felt-tip pens, crayons, or paints and then placing them in a window or near a source of bright light.
Original Dover (1999) publication.

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Artist A. G. Smith uses paper engineering to teach history, geography and science. His books, which teach through the building of three-dimensional paper models, include Life in Celtic Times, The Confederate Army Paper Soldiers, Egyptian Punch-Out Masks, and African Village.

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