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Take a trip through New York with this fun activity and colouring book, featuring an exciting fold out scene. Can you build your own museum, design your own Statue of Liberty or start your own baseball team? Colour and draw your way through the city as you spot buildings, people and famous landmarks! A perfect companion to a day out in the Big Apple, or a souvenir to take home. Also includes four postcards to personalise and send.
My New York: Colour, Draw, Explore
My London: Colour, Draw, Explore
are fun activity and coloring books, featuring an exciting fold out scene. With drawing prompts designed to help spot recognizable buildings, people, and landmarks, young artists will be invited to design and customize their own museums, skyscrapers, sports teams, and beyond--along with some space to journal notes from their travels. Whether children get to visit New York or London in person or just in their wild imaginations, this book is an exciting means to get kids thinking about everything there is to uncover when visiting a new place.
"I love city trips and started a series of city guides My New York: Color, Draw, Explore and My London: Color, Draw, Explore, activity books to get inspired and stretch your imagination!
I started making the city books after visiting Venice without my son, didn’t bring him a souvenir because I decided to make one myself."
‘It’s beautifully designed and full of clever little touches … questions dropped in to spark children’s curiosity and discovery skills and the creative suggestions on each page. It doesn’t talk down to children; it encourages, inspires and empowers. We loved it!’
‘Refreshing to find a ‘colouring in’ book for kids that is so much more: knowing imagination is key to development’....
Emma Oliver, Life as it is
will be worth saving long after the trip's over’
The New York Times
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