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Thursday, October 27, 2016

Hello Nature: Draw, Color, Make and Grow by Nina Chakrabarti

Genre: Coloring Book
Publisher: Laurence King
Release Date: March 2016



Hello Nature: Draw, Color, Make and Grow is packed with DIY projects, coloring pages, activities and informative guides to nature. It's suitable for all ages, though I will admit my college-aged daughter saw it and raved over the content and activities.

Throughout the 200+ pages, there are things you can color, draw, or do. One of my first was to make the bird feeder towards the back. I also loved the bird food menu, as there were some items I didn't realize birds would eat, such as coconut shavings. I have to say, they still go for peanuts and sunflowers more than I've seen them heading for coconut.

There are things I would have loved to see more in depth. Perhaps for a second book! These included more regional birds and animal track identification pages. Still, I haven't had as much fun with a coloring book in quite some time, so this is definitely a keeper that I highly recommend.

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