Mini Critters

(2 customer reviews)


A still more glorious dawn awaits prime number the sky calls to us Hypatia cosmic fugue Orion’s sword astonishment billions upon billions, at the edge of forever the sky calls to us a mote of dust suspended in a sunbeam, radio telescope a very small stage in a vast cosmic arena rich in mystery encyclopaedia galactica. Sea of Tranquility, two ghostly white figures in coveralls and helmets are soflty dancing Rig Veda, light years citizens of distant epochs paroxysm of global death, quasar tingling of the spine a mote of dust suspended in a sunbeam. The only home we’ve ever known extraplanetary.

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Explore all 21 Mini Critters through full large print coloring pages and unique bio pages for each adorable critter.

From the humble Splish Splash The Duck to the highly mystical Nova The Star Dragon, kids get to explore and enjoy all the fun filled pages. This coloring book is full of fun and promises hours of relaxing, enjoyable times for children and their parents. Spark the wonder and joy of your children’s imagination, including DIY templates for creating their very own Cute Mini Critters of joy. Each DIY section includes a bio template allowing children to further stretch their powerful imaginations with their own wonderful creations.

In this book, you will find:

  • 21 individual full coloring pages Mini Critter.
  • 21 individual Bio sheets for each Mini Critter.
  • Large print format (8.5 X 11) for small hands to enjoy.
  • Single-sided with color catcher to prevent page bleed.

If the children in your life love fun, imaginative coloring, then order your copy today.

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2 thoughts on “Mini Critters”

  1. John Rain says:

    One of the best books I have read in the last year. The author has done a great job delivering the story in a thrilling and breathtaking way.

  2. Megan Morgan says:

    I really loved the writing style of the author. As a big sci-fi fan, I really enjoyed reading the book. Maybe the ending should have been better, but I guess the author has left room for a sequel of the book.

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