These forty-six mazes are full of environmentally friendly ideas. They'll show children how to conserve water, plant trees, recycle, carpool, and practice other methods of reducing carbon emissions. Kids can guide sunrays to solar panels, help a stranded polar bear find its way to a bigger iceberg, a... read more
Let's Go Green!: An Earth-Friendly Coloring Book by Tiffany Prothero Learning about ecology and how to save the planet is fun with this environmentally aware coloring book. Thirty illustrations depict children engaging in numerous recycling activities and other energy-conserving practices.
Eco-Logical Brain Games by Tony J. Tallarico, Jr. How do you convince kids to "think green" and do their part to protect the environment? With 35 fun activities — from word searches to "unscramble the letters" games — they will learn about recycling, endangered animals, and more.
Going Green! Activity Book by Becky Radtke These 44 puzzles (with solutions) offer a fun-filled mixture of mazes, crosswords, follow-the-dots, word searches, and other activities that encourage recycling, reuse, and other environmentally sound practices.
Earth-Friendly Fun Activity Book by Shelley Dieterichs These 44 activities offer a fun-filled look at how recycling and other smart choices can help preserve the planet. Includes word searches, mazes, connect-the-dots, hidden pictures, and other puzzles, plus solutions.
Earth Day Is Every Day! by Heather Allen Join Team Recycle for an odyssey through word searches, mazes, cryptograms, and other puzzles that provide fun facts about Earth Day and offer ideas for making "green" practices part of everyday life. Solutions.
Keep the Scene Green!: Earth-Friendly Activities by Becky Radtke Appropriate for ages 6 to 10, activities with a "green" theme include word searches, secret codes, spot-the-differences, mazes, and other puzzles that present the facts about environmental consciousness in simple, upbeat terms. Solutions.
Amazing Carbon Footprint Facts by Michael Dutton This earth-friendly coloring book presents astounding facts about consumption, waste, and recycling. It offers realistic views of how our actions affect the planet and what we can do reduce our carbon footprint.
Green Power: Earth-Friendly Energy Through the Ages by A. G. Smith Thirty ready-to-color images chronicle the past and future of environmentally friendly energy sources. Ranging from ancient water wheels to modern solar cell panels, they depict a fascinating variety of nonpolluting methods of generating power.
Live Green Coloring Book by Karen Embry Jungle animals, grasshoppers, whales, and other creatures send out Earth-friendly messages: recycle, stop pollution, and save energy. As kids color the 30 whimsical illustrations, they'll be inspired to help save our planet.
Go Green Fun Kit by Dover Endangered Animals Coloring Book,Let's Go Green! coloring book, Exploring Ecosystems! An Environmentally Friendly Coloring Book, over 75 puzzles, 11 x 17 poster, crayons.
How to Draw Wild Animals by Barbara Soloff Levy, Drawing Step-by-step guide to drawing a lion, alligator, gorilla, coyote, ostrich, and 25 more. Fun, easy way to learn basics of line, shape, and dimension. Blank practice pages are included.
Go Green! Stickers by Karen Embry Boost kids' awareness of the environment with 20 fun stickers — colorful reminders that the planet needs everyone's help. Includes a stylized sun, dove, flower, winged heart, peace symbol, "Save our earth" globe, and more.
Go Green! Tattoos by Karen Embry Show the world you're an ecology-friendly citizen of the earth! These ornate tattoos include a decorative sun, globe, flower, recycling symbol and "Live Green" banner — 9 fun ways to express your love for Mother Nature.
Endangered Animals by Jan Sovak What do the wild yak and the chimpanzee have in common? The same thing as the cheetah and the sloth: Their populations are dwindling. This coloring book spotlights 30 endangered species and their habitats.
Rain Forest Animals Fun Kit by Dover Three complete coloring books including 2 stained glass editions, 50 stickers, 8 tattoos, 6 stencils, and crayons.
Wild Animals Activity Book by Patricia J. Wynne This splendid safari of fun features wildlife from every continent. Kids travel from rainforests to deserts with 34 activities — mazes, connect-the-dots, coloring, crosswords, hidden pictures, and more. Solutions included.
Nature Trivia Mazes by Tony Tallarico, Sr. What color are flamingos at birth, and how many eyelids do camels have? Find your way to the answers to these and other intriguing questions within 35 mazes. Solutions.
Rain Forest Animals Tattoos by Jan Sovak Impressive images of 8 unusual creatures: sloth, gibbon, clouded leopard, toucan, slender loris, and 3 others. Instructions for safe, easy application, and removal.
Life in a Bucket of Soil by Alvin Silverstein, Virginia Silverstein Grade-schoolers learn how ants, snails, slugs, beetles, earthworms, spiders, and other subterranean creatures live, breed, interact, move about, defend themselves, and more.
Fun with Rain Forest Animals Stencils by Marty Noble Six sturdy open stencils: tree frog, toucan, gorilla, howler monkey, armadillo and caiman — a Latin American crocodile. For classroom assignments, posters, and craft projects.
My Rain Forest Sticker Activity Book by Cathy Beylon 26 brightly colored sticker images of an anteater, armadillo, parrots and other animals bring a background scene of tropical vines and towering trees to life.
Rain Forest Coloring Book by Annika Bernhard Forty-five detailed illustrations of a water buffalo, mountain gorilla, ring-tailed lemur, jaguar, giant armadillo, a bamboo forest, mangrove swamps, and more. Includes fact-filled captions.
Rain Forest Frogs Tattoos by Steven James Petruccio Ten realistic tattoos depict such rare and exotic species as the horned, glass, and red-eyed tree frogs. Identifications.
Endangered Animals Mazes by Dave Phillips Entertaining, educational collection. Captions provide instructions for helping the South African bontebok, the Australian broad-headed snake, an American alligator, and 33 other imperiled animals. Solutions.
Endangered Animals Punch-Out Stencils by John Emil Cymerman 22 accurately outlined stencils help youngsters recognize and identify the cheetah, California condor, polar bear, giant panda, Komodo dragon, 17 other threatened species.
Rain Forest Activity Book by Suzanne Ross Visit a rain forest filled with strange animals and exotic plants while working your way through mazes, crosswords, and other skill-developing activities. 31 puzzles. Instructions and solutions.
Rain Forest Animals Stickers by Nina Barbaresi Twenty-four full-color images of the jaguar, matamata turtle, basilisk, spider monkey, toucan, giant armadillo, fer-de-lance, spectacled bear, and more.
Rain Forest Animals Punch-Out Stencils by John Emil Cymerman Children will love tracing and coloring 23 exotic animal stencils: jaguar, toucan, agouti, chameleon, ocelot, harpy eagle, orangutan, mandrill, pangolin, emerald tree boa, iguana, more. No scissors needed.
The Water Cycle Coloring Book by Michael Dutton Discover where our tap water comes from and how we can conserve our most precious resource. Mr. Turtle conducts a lively tour of the water cycle that features 30 illustrations to color.
Habitats Coloring Book by Michael Dutton Join Mr. Turtle and his young friends for a tour of animal habitats that includes mountains, wetlands, rainforests, deserts, savanna, and outback — all populated by thriving wildlife communities.
These forty-six mazes are full of environmentally friendly ideas. They'll show children how to conserve water, plant trees, recycle, carpool, and practice other methods of reducing carbon emissions. Kids can guide sunrays to solar panels, help a stranded polar bear find its way to a bigger iceberg, and more. Solutions included.
5 Questions with Jessica Mazurkiewicz: An Exclusive Dover Interview
Jessica Mazurkiewicz's graphic designs appear in books and magazines as well as on clothing and dinnerware — and, of course, many of Dover's bestselling coloring books. With the help of our Facebook friends, we put together a few questions for this talented artist.
1.) Your coloring and activity books are directed at a younger audience. Have you been drawing since you were little, and do you call upon your "inner child" for inspiration?
I have always loved to draw and make things with my hands. I'm the oldest of several sisters and when we were young I used to make little activity books and pages for them to color. I remember how I would wrack my brain to create something fun and interesting for them to enjoy — a very similar process takes place in my mind now, just for a much larger group of color artists.
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