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Birds [Peterson Field Guide Coloring Books] by Peter Alden
Butterflies [Peterson Field Guide Coloring Books] by Sarah Anne Hughes
Deserts [Peterson Field Guide Coloring Books] by Kenn Kaufman
Dinosaurs (Peterson Field Guide Coloring Books) by John C. Kricher
Endangered Wildlife [Peterson Field Guides Coloring Books] by Richard K. Walton
Fishes [Peterson Field Guide Coloring Books] by Sarah B. Landry
Forests [Peterson Field Guide Coloring Books] by John C. Kricher
Insects [Peterson Field Guide Coloring Books] by Robert Michael Pyle
Mammals [Peterson Field Guide Coloring Books] by Peter C. Alden
Reptiles and Amphibians [Peterson Field Guide Coloring Books] by Sarah Anne Hughes
Seashores [Peterson Field Guide Coloring Books] by John C. Kricher
Shells (Peterson Field Guide Coloring Books) by Roger Tory Peterson Institute
Tropical Forests [Peterson Field Guide Coloring Books] by John C. Kricher
Wildflowers [Peterson Field Guide Coloring Books] by Roger Tory Peterson

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"Coloring the drawings helps reinforce the color, image, and shape of each bird, improving your memory and perception while offering a pleasant and easy way to learn."

Originally published as Peterson Field Guide Coloring Books and then republished as Peterson Field Guide Color-in Books

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