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The Language of Flowers Coloring Book (Dover Nature Coloring Book) Paperback – January 23, 2004
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For more than 20 years, John Green has created popular Dover coloring books. He specializes in realistic drawings of people, animals, and places, and his recent titles range from Life in Old Japan to Dogs to Paint or Color.
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Flowers included in this book:
Dog Rose, Sweet Pea, Angelica, Orchid, Lily, Camelia, Carnation, Bluebell, Poppy, Michaelmas Daisy, Lilac, Iris, Magnolia, Narcissus, Buttercup, Yellow Rose, Trumpet Daffodil, Tulip, Hibiscus, Pansy, Zinnia, Jasmine, Cornflower, Passionflower, Geranium, Forget me not, Morning Glory, Red Rose, Anemone, and Gardenia.
I love this book, the pictures are going to really be beautiful when finished. The only negative on the Dover books is the pictures are back to back so if you wanted to frame any, you would have to choose between sides.
An awesome bonus is on the inside covers there are 9 colored versions of flowers pictured to give you an idea of the colors to use or what they look like in real life.
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The Language of Flowers would be good for a budding Botanist. There are 30 pictures to color with the common and scientific names under them and what each one symbolizes. There are 10 color pictures to use as guides counting the front cover. A wonderful learning and enjoying book.
Once again make sure to have something under your picture if it isn't removable so you won't leave imprints on the picture under it or color markings from the one already done.
Hope this helps. Salvages an otherwise problem book.