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All seems well at this holiday feast, but before they can say, “Pass the salt,” a sweeping deluge washes one family’s entire Thanksgiving dinner into the flooded street. It’ll take something pretty crafty to pull this dinner back together again. Can they make it? A picture book.
by Jake Rose
Color NYC Museums is filled to the brim with iconic settings such as the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the American Museum of Natural History, the New York Hall of Science, and the Brooklyn Museum, among many others. Through its 36 beautiful black-and- white line drawings and detailed descriptions, “Color NYC Museums” masterfully highlights what makes… [Read More]
by JAnn Bowers
See a scribble or a full mural on the side of a building or subway and most people will turn their heads in disgust. Why? Because most have a misconception of what art is, the different types of art and its history. So the question here is how can one artist, one supporter or maybe… [Read More]
Ready for some fun? Now you can color some of my adventures from the seven books of the Little Miss HISTORY Travels to….nonfiction history series in this first of my coloring books. Learn words of wisdom captured from historical figures. Grab those crayons, pencils or markers and put your colors on these historical people and places.
I hate quotations. Tell me what you know. —Ralph Waldo Emerson Too bad! Chrome Cady is chock-full of quotations and we don’t know nuthin! But life is for learning, sometimes the hard way. Chrome Cady is a raunchy tale of running away to a world of watching and being watched, colored ambiguous by nonbinary gradients in which male… [Read More]
I’m excited about my new book “Tangled Hearts” because I have such an affair for the HEART itself… If you are reading this, you have one that is beating right now, and what a total miracle the HEART is!! Celebrate your HEART by getting out all the colors and just have fun coloring these 22… [Read More]
Double Thought is a collection of art-the art of words in short stories,the art of thought,and the art of the mind. The moods and words are of honesty,trust,and deep self-confidence. Subjects include law,adventure,history,philosophy,psychology,spirituality,religion,family,and romance. Take a trip and join the author on a journey of our galaxy and our thoughts. Double Thought is a world… [Read More]
Description Nangoma lost her parents; she has nothing left. Nothing except her dad’s phone, and the dream of becoming a ballerina. It is under the shade of a mahogany tree that Nangoma discovers a free way to learn what she loves. Her positive thinking will change her life forever.
It’s a coloring book…. it’s a geography lesson… relax, color, enjoy and learn. “Tangled States” contains each of the 50 states that make up the United States of America. Within each state drawing, you will find the two letter abbreviation either hidden or not so hidden! Oregon is the only exception as it is very… [Read More]
A 90 page coloring book with 21 different shapes to color. Between each page is a “bleed page” for those who choose to color with markers or gel pens that might ‘bleed’ through to the next page. Rectangles to Decagons, a heart, starburst, lightning bolt and more. All designs are hand drawn by Ruth Dellinger with… [Read More]
The book is made up of 21 different, hand drawn puzzle piece images to color. This version of the book offers a page between pages for ‘bleed through’. This ‘bleed’ page works great for those who color with markers or other pens that can bleed through. The images are doodled or ‘zen tangle’ inspired drawings…. [Read More]
by Susan Kelley
Susan Kelley writes a hilarious memoir of one couple’s sixteen-year romp living, working, and playing in the artistic treasure house of the Western world. In delightful and always-surprising chapters, she relates the compelling adventures of a writer and artist finding their true path in life while encountering a cast of unforgettable characters, ranging from the… [Read More]
An Innovative Look at the Defining Moments of Jazz Music is both a unifying force and a deeply personal expression of the self. Over the millennia, melody and lyrics have served as a multilayered mode of storytelling and expression of joy, sorrow, and hope. For America, no other musical style is quite so adept at… [Read More]
by Keith Kelly
Mrenh Gongveal: Chasing the Elves of the Khmer is a photo essay that delves into a common, but lesser understood, belief of the Cambodians. While learning about the culture and customs of Cambodia, Keith Kelly’s adopted home of 10 years, he was especially fascinated by their folklore. One particular type of shrine dedicated to the… [Read More]
Filled with intricate patterns and designs, this adult coloring book offers hours of stress relief and mental relaxation for people of any level of artistic ability by providing a creative outlet that recalls the simpler days of their childhood. This book consists of fifty pages of landscape and portrait images that are printed single-sided.
A legendary iconoclast in the 20th century art world Jean Varda was a visionary artist who lived large in Europe, then in California, before slipping through the cracks of historical memory. Acclaimed for his “byzantine-cubist mosaics,” fashioned from broken glass, mirrors, and crockery, and colorful collages, he was equally acknowledged as a teacher, a raconteur, and a man of infinite… [Read More]
by Emily Calvo
“Lending Color to the Otherwise Absurd” is a collection of poems and watercolor paintings that include the text of accompanying poems. Written over two decades, the poems reflect Early in life, I learned that fairness is rare. Life doesn’t always make sense. Some people are struck by lightning while others win the lottery. While I… [Read More]
The ideal gift for someone special. Bridges of Paris is an award winning large-format coffee table book, with over 350 original color photographs, which casts new illumination on the City of Light. The 37 bridges over the Seine River emerge as beautiful, historic destinations rather than unnoticed thoroughfares. The book features stunning portraits of each… [Read More]
Norman Rockwell’s America was not all white. . . As early as 1936, Norman Rockwell was portraying African-Americans, Asian Americans and Native Americans with empathy and a dignity often denied them at the time. And he created these portraits from live models. Hidden in Plain Sight: The Other People in Norman Rockwell’s America chronicles for… [Read More]