The Circus Anti-Coloring Book: Creative Activities for Ages 6 and Up

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Macmillan, Jan 15, 1995 - Art - 64 pages
The Anti-Coloring Books are international best-sellers and have been favorite creative tools for parents, educators, and therapists since the first book appeared in 1978. They are fully guaranteed to spark the creative impulse in every child.

Come one, come all to the greatest show on earth! Children of all ages are welcome to become part of the circus under the big top. With the help of partial line drawings, children are encouraged to make up the funniest and saddest clowns, tame the ferocious lions, fly through the air on a trapeze, create death-defying stunts for the acrobats, design a commemorative stamp for the performance, and imagine a fabulous costume-- for an elephant! Like the others in the series, The Circus Anti-Coloring Book offers children the chance to expand and free their imaginations through creative art activities.

Critics Rave About The Anti-Coloring Books:

"I like to draw and color. I like to make up my own things and use my imagination. Your books are funny too!"--Andrea F., age 8 1/2

"I think the Anti-Coloring Book is very interesting. Please write more Anti-Coloring Books because I have finished the rest."--Kayla P., 8

And Look For These Other Titles In The Anti-Coloring Book Series:

The Anti-Coloring Book; The Second Anti-Coloring Book; The Third Anti-Coloring Book; The Fourth Anti-Coloring Book; The Fifth Anti-Coloring Book; The Sixth Anti-Coloring Book; The Inventor's Anti-Coloring Book; The Mystery Anti-Coloring Book; The Anti-Coloring Book of Masterpieces; The Anti-Coloring Book of Exploring Space on Earth; The Newspaper Anti-Coloring Book
 

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About the author (1995)

Susan Striker teaches Elementary Art in The Greenwich Public Schools in Connecticut. She lives with her husband Bob, and her son and co-author, Jason, in Chappaqua, New York, where Jason is a freshman at Horace Greeley High School.

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