Rocky Mountain National Park Adult Coloring Book & Postcards
A Magical Coloring Journey through Rocky Mountain National Park


illustrations by Dave Ember

text by Mary Taylor Young

published by Farcountry Press

  • Experience Rocky Mountain National Park like never before! Break out your colored pencils and creatively explore wonders of Colorado in your own magical coloring journey. With his fourth book in the series, award-winning illustrator Dave Ember transports you Rocky Mountain National Park's most scenic locations and showcases its most exciting wildlife. Each coloring image is accompanied by informative text, so you can learn about the history and natural features of the park. Whether you love wildlife, wildflowers, rugged peaks, serene lakes, or rushing waterfalls, this is the perfect activity to enjoy the majesty of the Rocky Mountains.

    Includes eight postcards and four bookmarks for coloring on extra-heavy perforated paper to share with family and friends. Features wildlife such as butterflies, mountain lions, bluebirds, rocky mountain bighorn sheep, bobcats, elk, hummingbirds, yellow-bellied marmots, snowshoe hares, and pikas. Features locations such as Bear Lake, Dream Lake, Long Peak, Odessa Lake, the Keyhole Route, the Never Summer Mountains, and Ouzel Falls.



72 pages, 9 3/4" x 9 3/4", 44 illustrations, 1 map(s)

softcover
ISBN 10: 1560376570
ISBN 13: 9781560376576
$15.95

RELEASE DATE
MARCH 2018

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Rocky Mountain National Park Adult Coloring Book & Postcards
A Magical Coloring Journey through Rocky Mountain National Park

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 align= Dave Ember is an award-winning illustrator and designer who creates images for an international clientele. Clients such as Hewlett-Packard; Playboy, Inc.; and The New York Times rely on his bold, graphic style for editorial, corporate and advertising art. This is his second coloring book. Dave was born in York, PA, and received a BFA from Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia in 1982. After college he worked for both The Oakland Tribune and San Francisco Examiner newspapers as a staff artist. He moved to Bend, OR, in 1994 to establish his freelance career. Dave lives in Bend with his wife, Carrie Compton, sons Jalan and Drake, and a golden doodle named Nessie, in the outdoor wonderland that is Central Oregon.
 align= Award-winning and best-selling nature writer Mary Taylor Young spent her childhood summers roaming the Colorado Rockies from her grandparents' cabin in Estes Park. "We awoke to mule deer peering in the windows and hummingbirds buzzing the feeders," she remembers. Her love of wild things and the outdoors led to a degree in Zoology from Colorado State University and a life devoted to nature and the environment. Mary's 15 books range from Land of Grass and Sky: A Naturalist's Prairie Journey to On the Trail of Colorado Critters: Wildlife Watching for Kids. Her next book, Rocky Mountain National Park: The First 100 Years from Far Country Press, will be published in January of 2014. Mary's "Words On Birds" column appeared in the Rocky Mountain News of Denver for 16 years. She has published hundreds of magazine and newspaper articles and written extensively for the US Fish and Wildlife Service, Colorado Parks and Wildlife and other agencies and NGOs. 2013 was Mary's 25th consecutive year teaching writing at Rocky Mountain National Park, as well as many other venues. She is an accomplished field naturalist and Resident Artist in K-12 schools throughout Colorado. Mary was a National Park Service Artist-in-Residence at Rocky Mountain National Park in 2012.


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