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WARNING! Not suitable for children under 36 months because of small parts. Choking hazard. Ink from pen may not be washable.
A magic painting book like you’ve never seen before, with wonderful vibrant colours. Includes 16 beautiful, full-page black and white illustrations, from butterflies and birds to a grand castle and a jungle of tigers, which are transformed into a rainbow of colours when children carefully paint water onto the pictures. There's a flap to place behind the painting to stop paint seeping through to the next page and ensure perfect results.
Fiona Watt is an Editorial Director and writer at Usborne Publishing. She graduated from Exeter University with a Bachelor of Education in Art and Design. She taught for three years at a primary school in Kent, before spending two years at a British school in The Netherlands. She started working at Usborne in 1989 and has written and edited hundreds of books including baby and novelty, sticker, art and craft, cookery, science and activity books. She has written all the titles in the award-winning 'That's not my….' series and many in the highly successful Sticker Dolly Dressing series. She is the sixth biggest-selling UK children's author, with over 10 million of her books sold in the UK since records began.
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“jungle magic painting book”
This book is fantastic! I have been looking for paint with water books for years and rarely find any. The colors are vibrant and as I paint with my daughter I am thinking I want a book for myself! This is far more relaxing that getting the right markers/pencils for those tiny little lines in adult coloring books, all you need is a brush and water. Wonderful product, I will definitely be ordering more and this may be my new go to birthday gifts for my kids’s friends!
“This stylish, updated version of the magic painting books we all remember guarantees fun for creative kids and is perfect for harassed parents looking for a mess-free activity on rainy days.”
Lancashire Evening Post