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Abstract Patterns Coloring Book for Teens (Printable Version) - cover

Abstract Patterns Coloring Book for Teens (Printable Version)

Sheba Blake

Publisher: Sheba Blake Publishing Corp.

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Summary

This coloring book contains an elegant collection of the finest abstract patterns wrapped in beautiful illustrations to color and display. Immerse yourself in the calming activity of coloring, while embracing the therapeutic experience of patterns.

Why You'll Love This Book:

• Contains 30 pictures.
• Age appropriate for middle school and high school age kids 13 years - and up.
• Printable version for printing at home.
• A nice sized format (8.5"x11") to print.

So if you or your teen loves abstract patterns, then order your copy today!

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