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The Great Extendable Colouring Book

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Seven huge, fold-out scenes teeming with life for young colouring enthusiasts to colour in on their own, with their friends or with their family. Each spread extends to 690mm and is perforated so you can tear it out and keep it, display or send it to Grandma or Grandpa.

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About Stu McLellan

Stu has been drawing for as long as he has been walking - making pictures is one of his great loves. He trained in graphic arts at Newport School of Art and Design, and his subsequent forays working with adults with different abilities, stints on an organic farm and at a nature study centre have all left their imprint on what he does.

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