The Bicycle Colouring Book follows the fantastic journey of a bicycle exploring an unknown, fantastical world - without its rider! The book is bursting with imaginative and intricate illustrations that cry out to be coloured in amazing detail. As you colour don't forget to look out for the bicycle's cute companion (who appears in every scene) and the illustration details that form a cleverly designed flip book.A stunning gift book that will appeal to lovers of cycling and urban art, as well as to committed colouring fans.
The Bicycle Coloring Book follows the fantastic journey of a bicycle exploring an unknown world without its rider. Bursting with intricate illustrations that evoke both Japanese anime and Western street art, the beautiful scenes cry out to be colored in amazing detail. As you color don't forget to look out for the bicycle's cute companion (who appears in every scene) and the illustration details that form a cleverly designed flip book. A stunning gift book that will appeal to lovers of cycling and urban art, as well as to committed coloring-in fans.
Love, angels, addiction and death; they're all here in My First Colouring Book, a collection of short stories from award-winning novelist Lloyd Jones. Themed on all the colours of the rainbow - and a few extra - these stories and essays paint a picture of criss-crossing lives. They are spoken by an unexpected variety of voices: a young girl has adventures in the night, a surgeion becomes a shepherd; a middle-aged man seeks love for the last time. And his travel essays, sent from the compass points of his home country, Wales, are not to be missed.
A patent is an exclusive right granted to an inventor in exchange for the public disclosure of the invention. Patents include an abstract describing the invention, often accompanied by line drawings. Patents Coloring Book presents a selection of odd, interesting, and otherwise notable patents issued by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, accompanied by their abstracts and brief commentary.
Carefully rendered and well researched, this volume features 28 realistic, ready-to-color drawings that trace the experiments and activities of Wilbur and Orville Wright as well as related achievements of other aviation pioneers. Free Teacher's Manual available. Grades: 3–5.
How many colors are needed to color a map? Must hailstones numbers always fall to the ground? Can statistics prove anything? What is a perfect square, and who has found the ultimate one? How do numbers affect national security? What kinds of problems confront the traveling salesman? Does anyone know how best to pack balls together? What is life like in 4 (or 3 1/2) dimensions? How does a clock count, and why should we care? What number secrets do sunflowers and pine cones conceal? What is a monster doing in mathematics? These and many other fascinating questions about familiar numbers like 1, 2, and 3 are explored in Malcolm Line's second adventure into the world of numbers. Written in a lively and readable style, Think of a Number relates the story of some of the most famous problems that have confronted the world's experts over the centuries, from the earliest interests of the ancient Greeks to the very cutting-edge of modern research involving today's most powerful computers. The book explores the relationship between numbers and nature in its broadest sense and discovers the beauty of fractals and chaos. Requiring little or no prior knowledge of mathematics, this resource will be fascinating reading for anyone with an interest in numbers and their role in the natural world.
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Twenty-three full-page illustrations for you to color plus room for you to write in your own story about the adventures of Penny, Mark, and Koko the clown. Make each page a separate story or connect the pictures and write one long story. Publisher's Note.