Kids can use their imagination to finish the 62 sketches in this interactive drawing workbook. They'll enjoy decorating the wings of a butterfly, drawing a gorilla pack leader, illustrating the prey caught in a boa constrictor's coils, showing what angered a charging rhino, and filling in many other ... read more
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Kids can use their imagination to finish the 62 sketches in this interactive drawing workbook. They'll enjoy decorating the wings of a butterfly, drawing a gorilla pack leader, illustrating the prey caught in a boa constrictor's coils, showing what angered a charging rhino, and filling in many other exciting scenes. After completing the fanciful wildlife scenarios, children can have even more fun by coloring their creations.
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