Tarzan Coloring Book
Courier Corporation, Jan 12, 1998 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
Twenty realistic, ready-to-color scenes, accompanied by an abridged, easy-to-read text, capture all the excitement of the original tale, from Tarzan's adoption by a family of apes to his clashes later in life with such feared jungle predators as Sabor, the lioness, and Kerchak, the dreaded ape king.
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