Coloring Books

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  • Oh! We're Little Gardeners (Coloring Book)
  • RBG Coloring Book
  • Soup Joumou: Not Just a Soup (Coloring Book)
  • Oh! We’re Little Gardeners (Coloring Book)

    Purple Owl Publishing Coloring Books (Author), Macie Biesecker (Author), Debra Ann Harkins (Author)

    25 coloring pages and games to help children learn more about plants and gardening. Based on the book, Oh! We’re little gardeners by Mary William and Debra A. Harkins, all proceeds of this coloring book will be donated to CEEDS4Change.org, a nonprofit that seeks to empower children and their families experiencing homelessness and food insecurity through organic gardening, nutritious cooking and healthy eating.

    Price: $8.99
  • RBG Coloring Book

    RBG Coloring Book

    Purple Owl Publishing Coloring Books (Author), Macie Biesecker (Author), Debra Ann Harkins (Author)

    30 coloring pages and games to help learn about the indominable spirit of United States Supreme Court Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg. This coloring book is the first in the HERstory collection, a series of educational coloring books designed to teach about the wonderful, brave women in history.

    Price: $8.99
  • Soup Joumou: Not Just a Soup (Coloring Book)

    Purple Owl Publishing Coloring Books (Author), Mary M. Williams (Author) and Judith C. Mathieu (Author)

    This is the coloring book for Soup Joumou: Not Just a Soup. It is New Year’s Day and Alix and Annabelle are excited to help their Grandma Cleo make a traditional soup to celebrate the occasion. As they gather up vegetables, Grandma Cleo explains why Soup Joumou is so important to the Haitians’ celebration. She tells the children that long ago, before Haiti gained its independence from France, there were many slaves in Haiti. They were forbidden to eat Soup Joumou because it was a dish only the free were permitted to enjoy. Now, those of Haitian heritage honor their ancestors who fought for freedom and the slaves who hadn’t been able to eat the traditional dish which has become a symbol of their independence. Alix and Annabelle, while saddened by this story, are thrilled to invite their neighbors in their celebration. They have a great idea to share the seeds of their grandmother’s joumou so that all can plant and grow their very own joumou for their traditional New Year’s Day celebrations. Complete with back of the book activities, this dual language, told in English and French Creole, story provides a wonderful opportunity for all families to learn about history and other cultures and also to promote gardening as a way to encourage nutritious cooking, healthy eating, and food sustenance.

    Price: $9.99

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