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Dolphins Stained Glass Colouring Book

By: John Green(Illustrator)
16 pages, b/w illustrations
Dolphins Stained Glass Colouring Book
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  • Dolphins Stained Glass Colouring Book ISBN: 9780486287812 Paperback Feb 2000 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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Dolphin lovers of all ages will delight in these ready-to-colour drawings depicting the familiar sea-going mammal. Use crayons, coloured pencils or felt-tip pens to bring eight different species to life: dusky, bottlenose, hourglass, spotted, Risso's and three others. An excellent way to learn to recognize and identify dolphins, these boldly outlined illustrations provide spectacular stained glass effects when coloured and hung near a window or other light source.

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By: John Green(Illustrator)
16 pages, b/w illustrations
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