Global bedtime fun for ninjas! Now a Netflix original!
You don't need much for this coloring book to be a success: Just add imaginative kids and bright colors. The world of N.D. Wilson's much-loved board book Hello Ninja gets a major expansion in this creative coloring book from illustrator Forrest Dickison. Ninja, Dragon, and King Louis (the cat) explore savannas, swamps, and mountain ranges. They also tinker with strange inventions, discover new creatures (and ride them), escape from danger, and generally ninja it up all over the seven continents (and even on the moon). Contains forty all-new illustrations. They are black and white, single-sided, and appropriate for all pigments and coloring abilities.
Contains forty all-new illustrations. They're single-sided, black & white, and appropriate for all pigments and all coloring abilities.
Canonball Books is the children's imprint of Canon Press. At Canonball, we believe stories are soul food, so you can expect excitement, danger, loyalty, virtue, and family in your Canonball books. Feed your kids the right books!
Praise from Parents:
"Great (and hilarious) illustrations! I gave this to my 5-year-old nephew for his birthday, and he loved it - spent hours working on it right away." -Lisa
"This is perfect for any kiddo who loves the book!" -Michelle
Forrest Dickison is an artist, illustrator, and animator, and has partnered with N.D. Wilson for both Hello Ninja and Blah Blah Black Sheep. You can find some of his latest work on Instagram at @forrestdickison.
AUTHOR: Forrest Dickison
PAGE COUNT: 82 (40 single-sided illustrations)
PUB. DATE: November 22, 2016
As the scenes are often action packed, the coloring pages are especially appealing to little boy eyes.
Great illustrations to color! My kiddos love it. Only suggestion would be to make the pages perforated so that they can be easily removed.
My five year old loved this! Fun color book for Hello Ninja fans.
Hello Ninja Coloring Book
My grandsons love Hello Ninja Coloring Book.
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