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Pokémon Coloring Kit

  • Mixed media product
  • £5.99

Pokémon comes to our growing and hugely successful coloring kit series!

The Pokémon franchise is more popular than ever with the launch of Pokémon GO and new video games Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon. The latest in our growing and hugely successful coloring kit series, the Pokémon Coloring Kit includes 10 colored pencils and 46 illustrated cards featuring different Pokémon to color, connected by an accordion fold to create a banner display. Pokémon Trainers of all ages will love bringing their favorite Pokémon to vibrant life with this portable coloring kit.

Kit includes:

* accordion fold of 46 illustrated cards of various Pokémon characters to color
* 10 colored pencils

Biographical Notes

From the editors of Running Press

  • Other details

  • ISBN: 9780762462445
  • Publication date: 27 Jul 2017
  • Page count: 46
  • Imprint: Running Press Mini Editions
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