Where Coloring Meets Fantasy, and Bullies Never Win!
A delightful coloring book to promote creativity and writing in adults and children alike.
This beautiful, hand drawn coloring book is a read aloud, early reader adapted from Jaimie Engle's critically acclaimed historical fantasy story for kids, "Clifton Chase and the Arrow of Light." This concept book focused on colors is perfect for the "little brothers and sisters of Clifton Chase fans" with adorable drawings chosen from among the 55 images within the novel. Read aloud, this coloring book can be enjoyed by children learning coloring concepts. Or it can serve as an advanced early reading book for a child to share with a parent as they both practice staying within the lines.
In this story book, one boy is chosen by a magic arrow to travel back in time to Medieval England. There, he rescues two princes from their bully uncle, who happens to be King Richard III. A magic dwarf, mystical dark man, and the bird of wisdom help Clifton Chase not only face his bullies in the Medieval past, but also in his own present time, where he is dealing with a middle school bully of his own. Dragons, mermaids, magic, and mystery all come together in this fantastic historical adventure, told through carefully selected coloring book images. Relax as you imagine yourself on the adventure to rescue King Richard's nephews from the Tower of London. Discover new friends who bravely sacrifice for each other as Clifton Chase finds his voice in Medieval Times. This story is the perfect historical fantasy adventure for boys and girls ages 8-108, and you can enjoy coloring the whimsical pages alone or with that special child in your life.
This story teaches about bullying through a fantasy adventure; a great way to open the door to an easy conversation on a difficult topic.
If you love the coloring book story, purchase the entire novel and enjoy the full adventure. Visit Amazon.com to order a paperback, download an ebook, or listen to an audiobook. Awarded the Kid Lit Reviews Top Ten Pick in 2013 and a BRAG Medallion in 2014 for excellence in storytelling.
"Clifton Chase and the Arrow of Light belongs on your bookshelf - young or old - right along with Tolkien and Grimm. And if you're looking for a perfect gift for kids or those "grown ups" who love to lose themselves in an engaging epic, this series will not fail you!"
"What kid doesn't love to color? As the child is coloring this book, he/she is also learning about bullying. Bullying is unacceptable and children need to know how to deal with it. What a great idea combining coloring with teaching. Awesome!"