Wednesday, 13 June 2018

Time for dino colouring fun with the awesome "Fuzzy Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Creatures: Touch and Feel Colouring In" from Natural History and Papio Press

Here's a great little range of innovative colouring books from the Natural History Museum and Papio Press...
With the emphasis on sensory fun for younger kids, the awesome "Fuzzy" range features touch and feel flock design covers with fabulous fuzzy colouring pages inside too.

Meet the plant-eaters, the meat-eaters, the sea-dwellers and the high-fliers as you learn fascinating facts for every prehistoric creature.

Featuring some of the world’s best-loved and most spectacular dinosaurs to colour, from the tiniest Compsognathus to the gigantic Argentinosaurus, there are seven prehistoric flocked charts to complete. 

Plus a prehistoric timeline and accompanying facts at the back of the book. 

Staying inside the lines is easy with the thick fuzzy outlines and kids will love the stylish art they are able to create.

"Fuzzy Dinosaurs" is one in a range of other titles also covering the present-day animal kingdom in "Fuzzy Animals"

They're really beautifully designed books that add an extra dimension for littlies who love their colouring.

"Fuzzy Dinosaurs" (and Fuzzy Animals) are both available now, from the Natural History Museum and Papio Press (kindly supplied for review).