Andee the Aquanaut Coloring Book: Andee the Aquanaut Series

Andee the Aquanaut Coloring Book Andee the Aquanaut Series The Andee the Aquanaut Series is a spirited high seas superhero adventure for kids and up The series which includes Guardian of the Great Seas Book All Great Things Start With Small Beginning

  • Title: Andee the Aquanaut Coloring Book: Andee the Aquanaut Series
  • Author: Simon James House
  • ISBN: 9780993033131
  • Page: 328
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Andee the Aquanaut Series is a spirited, high seas, superhero adventure for kids 8 and up The series, which includes Guardian of the Great Seas Book 1 , All Great Things Start With Small Beginnings Book 2 , and Great Things Happen When You Believe in Yourself Book 3 is both educational and entertaining It introduces kids to the wonderful creatures of the sea inclThe Andee the Aquanaut Series is a spirited, high seas, superhero adventure for kids 8 and up The series, which includes Guardian of the Great Seas Book 1 , All Great Things Start With Small Beginnings Book 2 , and Great Things Happen When You Believe in Yourself Book 3 is both educational and entertaining It introduces kids to the wonderful creatures of the sea including dolphins, sharks, jellyfish, manta rays, electric squid, clownfish, and others while encouraging an appreciation for marine conservation The coloring book includes 22 original illustrations from the series by professional artist, Zoran Zlaticanin Each illustration includes a short description from scenes in the book and creates a exciting action packed coloring adventure.

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    1. This colouring book is a part of the Andee the Aquanaut series by Simon James House, with illustrations by Zoran Zlaticanin. Andee is a great kid who does his best to help out the marine life. This book features a multitude of illustrations from the trilogy, action packed scenes which kids (or adults!) can colour in. Though it's just snippets of the trilogy, there is still text to describe what's going on in each scene. It's actually pretty interesting; it's like miniature stories, which I think [...]

    2. I was lucky enough to win a copy of this on . As an adult I entered with one of my nieces in mind but she will have to share as these illustrations are detailed enough for me to enjoy as a form of stress therapy. I also like that we are told what is happening story wise in each picture. I love that Simon donates a percentage of profits from his Andee the Aquanaut books to marine life organizations.

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