With this sticker and coloring activity set, young authors can create stories about a zoo, elves, outer space, Halloween, and more. The kit includes Write Your Own Story Coloring Book — 23 illustrations to color and write about; Create Your Own Pictures Coloring Book — 45 un... read more
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With this sticker and coloring activity set, young authors can create stories about a zoo, elves, outer space, Halloween, and more. The kit includes Write Your Own Story Coloring Book — 23 illustrations to color and write about; Create Your Own Pictures Coloring Book — 45 unfinished pictures to complete and color; Crazy Lunch: Silly Sticker Story — over 165 reusable stickers to create your own story; Zany Zoo: Silly Sticker Story — with 168 reusable stickers, and a jumbo drawing pencil.
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