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Color Odyssey

Author : Chris Garver
ISBN : 1942021976
Genre : Art
File Size : 69. 52 MB
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From Chris Garver--in-demand tattoo artist, illustrator, and former star of TLC's Miami Ink--comes a richly illustrated coloring book that explores the beauty of nature. With double-sided pages of mostly hand-drawn images, Color Odyssey features elaborate butterflies flitting among gardens of flowers, an octopus in the ocean waves, a fantastic elephant, and many other creatures. Garver's stunning, intricate drawings will thrill grown-up fans of coloring books.

Color Odyssey Fabric Transfer

Author : Garver
ISBN : 1942021429
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
File Size : 71. 85 MB
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Transfer the gorgeous designs from Chris Garver s Color Odyssey to any fabric and then color them in! It s simple: choose one of the 24 images from the book, transfer it with a hot iron (only the black outlines of the art show), and go wild with your fabric markers. There are also two copies of a design that Chris personally hand-colored. Eight pages of instructions and inspirational photos will encourage coloring fans to expand their creativity."

Color Odyssey

Author : Chris Garver
ISBN : 1942021550
Genre :
File Size : 66. 93 MB
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Color Odyssey

Author : Chris Garver
ISBN : 1942021615
Genre : Games
File Size : 89. 81 MB
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Share images from this year s most distinctive adult coloring book! This stunning follow-up to "Color Odyssey" offers a bound set of 20 postcards featuring a carefully curated collection of images from the book, from flowers and diamonds to a flying elephant. Each postcard is printed in black and white on easy-to-color stock, so users can add their own creative flair. All the postcards are easily removable for framing or mailing."

Origami Odyssey

Author : Peter Engel
ISBN : 9781462915583
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
File Size : 62. 97 MB
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Renowned origami artist Peter Engel first astounded origami enthusiasts and the lay person alike with his popular Origami from Angelfish to Zen. Since that book, published in 1989, Engel has gone through a personal change in his philosophy of origami design, honed through decades of elevating what is often viewed as simple paper folding into a fine art. In Origami Odyssey, Engel takes paper crafters on a journey to the edge of paper folding, providing instruction for exquisite and original origami designs, including several that have been shown in galleries and museums throughout the world. Experienced folders will delight in the chance to grow as artists as they master the projects in this book, and new comers to origami will find the author's journey so inspiring that they'll be ready to begin an odyssey of their own. This unique do-it-yourself paper craft book includes:Full-colored photos and step-by-step instructions and diagrams21 fun-to-do projects like the Green Horned Owl, Gingko Leaf, Stingray and much more!Downloadable material included

The Colored Patriots Of The American Revolution

Author : William Cooper Nell
ISBN : STANFORD:36105020071036
Genre : African American soldiers
File Size : 65. 51 MB
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Ollie S Odyssey

Author : William Joyce
ISBN : 9781442473553
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 71. 1 MB
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"When a toy is bestowed with the title of "favorite," it takes on a coveted rank among the world of household things. But when a vengeful toy conspires to destroy these favorites, he must be defeated by a stuffed toy rabbit."--

The World Of Debbie Macomber

Author : Debbie Macomber
ISBN : 9780425286074
Genre :
File Size : 40. 57 MB
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From beloved author and Hallmark Channel favorite Debbie Macomber, this special adult coloring book features forty-five original illustrations depicting scenes from the Rose Harbor and Blossom Street series. Unplug and let the creativity flow! MAKE YOURSELF AT HOME The heartwarming novels of Debbie Macomber are known for their colorful locales, cheerful themes, and inspiring messages, and that spirit of comfort and generosity is on display throughout this one-of-a-kind collector's item. The World of Debbie Macomber: Come Home to Color is packed with black-and-white illustrations of intricate knitting images, soothing landscapes, and cozy scenes from the long-running Rose Harbor and Blossom Street series--all of which you bring to dazzling life. There's no place like home--and there's no coloring book quite like this one.

The Man Who Stole Himself

Author : Gisli Palsson
ISBN : 9780226313313
Genre : History
File Size : 76. 10 MB
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The island nation of Iceland is known for many things—majestic landscapes, volcanic eruptions, distinctive seafood—but racial diversity is not one of them. So the little-known story of Hans Jonathan, a free black man who lived and raised a family in early nineteenth-century Iceland, is improbable and compelling, the stuff of novels. In The Man Who Stole Himself, Gisli Palsson lays out the story of Hans Jonathan (also known as Hans Jónatan) in stunning detail. Born into slavery in St. Croix in 1784, Hans was taken as a slave to Denmark, where he eventually enlisted in the navy and fought on behalf of the country in the 1801 Battle of Copenhagen. After the war, he declared himself a free man, believing that he was due freedom not only because of his patriotic service, but because while slavery remained legal in the colonies, it was outlawed in Denmark itself. He thus became the subject of one of the most notorious slavery cases in European history, which he lost. Then Hans ran away—never to be heard from in Denmark again, his fate unknown for more than two hundred years. It’s now known that Hans fled to Iceland, where he became a merchant and peasant farmer, married, and raised two children. Today, he has become something of an Icelandic icon, claimed as a proud and daring ancestor both there and among his descendants in America. The Man Who Stole Himself brilliantly intertwines Hans Jonathan’s adventurous travels with a portrait of the Danish slave trade, legal arguments over slavery, and the state of nineteenth-century race relations in the Northern Atlantic world. Throughout the book, Palsson traces themes of imperial dreams, colonialism, human rights, and globalization, which all come together in the life of a single, remarkable man. Hans literally led a life like no other. His is the story of a man who had the temerity—the courage—to steal himself.

Benjamin Franklin S Numbers

Author : Paul C. Pasles
ISBN : 0691129568
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 28. 22 MB
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Written for a general audience, this book assumes no technical skills beyond basic arithmetic. Benjamin Franklin's Numbersis a delightful blend of biography, history, and popular mathematics."--BOOK JACKET.

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