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The Lions Clubs Giant Coloring Book

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Item Number: Lions Big Book
Manufacturer: Really Big Coloring Books, Inc. ®

The Kids Guide to Lions Clubs is a book written by Really Big Coloring Books, Inc. One of the nations largest and oldest service organizations. This fun 12 page small coloring book is used by Lions Clubs Members around the world to teach children about the fun of Lionism, the Organization and the role it plays in our global community. The artwork in this book belongs to Really Big Coloring Books, Inc. and may not be used without permission in writing.

Really Big Coloring Books, Inc. introduces The Pride of Lions, a giant coloring book designed to help children understand the values of Lions Clubs. This coloring book has been designed to help inspire children to make a positive difference in their communities and become future members of their Lions Clubs. This giant book details the benefits of volunteering in a fun and engaging way.

An educational giant story and coloring book that will last for months, this Really Big Coloring Book measures 18” x 24” and has a bright, full color cover on a strong, card stock finish! Each page is perforated with a high-bright, white paper that children can use crayons, colored pencils, magic markers and even water colors on. Inside are 32 pages of fantastic art and a story that covers children’s programs. This book introduces children to Lionism!

Really Big Coloring Books ® (RBCB) are manufactured in the United States with Soy Ink and guaranteed 100 percent safe against non-toxic inks, paints and dyes!

17" wide x 23" tall
32 pages

Realy Big Coloring Book for Lions Clubs

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