How would you color a Crabby Crab Cabbie? How would you ornament an Outlandish, Oboe-playing Octopus? In his book The Amazing Animal Alphabet of Twenty-Six Tongue Twisters (Pomegranate, 2013), artist and author Robert Pizzo assembled a cast of crazy critters to star in twenty-six tiny, tongue-twisting tales—one for every letter of the alphabet. He did the coloring in that book himself, setting his maniacal menagerie in a collection of captivatingly chaotic, brightly colored contexts. Now it’s your turn: this coloring book offers Robert’s same twenty-six tongue-torturing tableaux in black-and-white line drawings that cry out for creative coloring!
Should the Abstract Artist Alligator be gargoyle green? Or petunia pink? Should the Zeppole-eating Zebra sport his standard stripes? Or perhaps purple polka dots? It’s entirely up to you. So grab your greens and round up your reds! Lasso your lavenders and break out the blues! The ABC’s have never been so fun. And if you just can’t stop when you’ve finished Robert’s alphabet—keep going! An additional blank coloring page at the end awaits your boundlessly brilliant imagination. Just remember, when all the pages are colored and the crayons are put away, you still won’t truly be finished until you can say each of Robert’s tongue twisters three times fast. Better start practicing! Better start practicing! Better start practicing!
Amazing Animal Alphabet Coloring Book
Soft cover book with staple binding.
48 pages with 22 images to color
Size: 8½ x 11 in.
Coloring pages are blank on the back so they can be cut out and displayed.
Published with the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh