Seeking a gift for a friend or family member who could benefit from a focused pastime?
Short on material to take to the next adult coloring party?
Searching for an activity to share with children while educating them?
Straight from the hands of a local Charlottesville artist, we have the perfect solution in two Little Rhino Coloring Books, Costa Rica and Africa.
Both books are spectacularly illustrated by artist, architect, author, and conservationist, Bob Anderson.
Purchase these while supplies last!
Anderson’s coloring books feature drawings and brief descriptions of a wide range of animals that inhabit savannas, rain forests, and tropical terrains.
The Africa book includes detailed information about each animal, including scientific name, size, weight, distribution, habitat, and status.
Fine Art & Fun
The Costa Rica book features black & white coloring templates with the artist’s colored versions on the facing page, making it a book of fine art & fun activity.
Coloring Book Craze!
Adult coloring books have taken a recent rise in popularity. As quoted by fans of the genre in, Inside the Adult Coloring Book Craze,
“I love it,” said Nichole Schmidt, a stay-at-home mom. “It’s very meditative. It gets me away from the kids. And this is my Zen.”
“Far more people are looking for things that are unplugged,” said Ann Garbarino, an advisor at the Small Business Development Center at Stony Brook. “And it’s something that a lot of generations can agree on.”
Also on Sale. . .
Included in the sale are Bob Anderson’s beautiful hard cover story books, When I was a Little Boy I was a Black Panther, based on the author’s own childhood fantasies of being able to turn into his favorite animal, and Obo, a tale about a young spot-nosed guenon monkey who goes off on an quest through the African rainforest in search of paradise.
A coloring book for mom, a storybook for son. It’s the perfect match!