Butterflies Coloring Book

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Courier Corporation, Jan 1, 1992 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 48 pages
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This treasury of detailed, accurately rendered illustrations (including two double-page spreads) invites coloring book enthusiasts to bring over 40 species of butterflies to life in vivid color. Here are such delicately beautiful creatures as the black, salmon-orange, white and blue painted lady, the rapid-flying dogface butterfly, with wing markings that look like a poodle's profile, and a host of others: pipevine swallowtail, monarch, buckeye, white admiral, olive hairstreak, Milbert's tortoiseshell, great spangled fritillary, ruddy daggerwing, fiery skipper, mourning cloak, tiger swallowtail, red admiral, and many more, all of them found in the United States or Canada.
Fact-filled captions provide information about each species' coloration, range, habitat, special characteristics, and more. All are shown in full color on the covers. An excellent source of nature illustrations for artists and craftspeople, this delightful coloring book can also be used as an accurate, inexpensive nature identification guide.
Original Dover (1992) publication.
 

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I LOVE BUTTERFLIES !

User Review  - hiawathabarb@aol.com - Overstock.com

I HAVE COLORED THIS BOOK SEVERAL TIMES OVER THE YEARS AND JUST LOVE DOING IT. IM IN MY 60S AND HAVE COLORED FOR MANY MANY YEARS. I HAVE PURCHASED THESE BOOKS FROM DOVER PUB. FOR MANY YEARS AND DO NOT HAVE A LOCAL SOURCE. IM HAPPY TO SEE THAT YOU ARE SUPPLYING THEM FROM THIS PUBLISHER. THANK YOU. Read full review

Great.

User Review  - finny555 - Overstock.com

Wonderfull book. My girls loved it and I got one fpr myself! ! Read full review

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Jan Sovak is an illustrator, designer, and fine artist recognized as one of Canada's foremost natural history illustrators. With advanced degrees in both fine art and zoology, Jan has had his work published in over 170 books in more than 15 languages. His illustrations have also appeared on educational television and on Discovery Channel Worldwide. 

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