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The Tin Soldier Coloring Book for Kids Ages 3+ (Printable Version) - cover

The Tin Soldier Coloring Book for Kids Ages 3+ (Printable Version)

Sheba Blake

Publisher: Sheba Blake Publishing Corp.

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Summary

This coloring book is packed full of fun, calming, and satisfying coloring pages, suitable for kids ages 3 and up.

Fun and entertaining - The Tin Soldier-themed designs make this varied book perfect for girls, boys, teens and tweens, and maybe even adults or parents who can manage to find the time to relax and color.

Why You'll Love This Book:

• Contains 14 pictures.
• Age appropriate for pre-school and elementary age kids 3 years - and up.
• Printable version for printing at home.
• A nice sized format (8.5"x11") to print.

So if your child loves The Tin Soldier, then order your copy today!

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