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Birds at Home Coloring Book

50 State Birds and Flowers

Birds at Home Coloring Book
Crista Forest By (author)
Product ID:  2409
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Fox Chapel Publishing

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8.5 X 11.0 in
80 pg

GAMES & ACTIVITIES / Coloring Books
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Relax and color America's most cherished state birds and flowers with this adult coloring book. All 50 states recognize an official bird and blossom—and from Kentucky cardinals and California quail to Mississippi magnolias and Arkansas apple blossoms, they’re all here. Wildlife artist Crista Forest presents accurately detailed illustrations of every state’s emblematic treasures. Depicted in their natural environment, each pair of flora and fauna is ready to color with markers, colored pencils, watercolors, or gel pens. Crista gets you started with handy coloring guides that include suggested color palettes and fully colored examples. Also included are 24 removable cards to be used as postcards, gifts, or frameables! Printed on one side only of archival-grade, acid-free, 200-year paper, each perforated page detaches easily for gifting or display. Color the favorite birds and flowers of every state, including: • California: Quail & Poppy • Colorado: Lark Bunting & Columbine • Georgia: Brown Thrasher & Cherokee Rose • Idaho: Mountain Bluebird & Syringa • Maryland: Baltimore Oriole & Black-Eyed Susan • Massachusetts: Chickadee & Mayflower • Nebraska: Meadowlark & Goldenrod • Texas: Mockingbird & Bluebonnet • Utah: California Gull & Sego Lily • Washington: Goldfinch & Rhododendron

Author Bio

Crista Forest is a professional wildlife artist specializing in traditional realism. Her work is sold in original oil paintings, fine art prints, and licensed in commercial products. Based in Seattle, Wash., she has also illustrated several children's books about wildlife. As the daughter of a landscape painter, Crista has been drawing and painting animals since she was old enough to hold a crayon. Her art captures the playful, cute, affectionate, or curious nature of the animals she draws, creating an emotional connection for the viewer.