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A storybook / coloring book combo! Great activity book for children to color the scenes they've just read.

This is a recipe to remember.

This is the 3rd book by this author and he is doing a marvelous job. He commissioned the same illustrator who has also grown with his illustrations.

About the Author:A house painter by day, a writer of children's books by night and a single parent to a 14 year old daughter all the time.Lance was born in Sacramento (1964). He has always dreamed of doing something to make a difference. He has also had an artistic side his whole life: singing, writing, playing music. His sincere hope is to help his young nephew, Mikey and the Autism Foundation (research) though the proceeds of his books. Lance is a very down to earth guy.

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