A Coloring Book
Written by my mother, a published and accomplished writer
and the Art is by me, Amy Chace, a freelance illustrator and visual artist.
See BIOS at the end of this blurb if interested in more info about us.
This softcover book has black and white illustrations inside to color
and you don't have to be a child... :)
This 24 page (including covers) book has
19 images for you and yours to color
as well as a fun story to keep you traveling along!
Perfect Kid size: 6 and 5/8ths of an inch wide.
8 inches tall!
There are many animals depicted:
ducks, cats, dogs, turtles, bunnies, horses, bears, and seagulls!
We self published this in the U.S.A.
Rockport, MA makes an appearance in this book!
Please let me know if you have any questions at all.
NOW for the BIOS:
Sharon R. Chace is an artist and writer. She has studied at Andover Newton Theological School, Harvard and Yale Divinity Schools and received her Master of Theological Studies degree from Weston Jesuit School of Theology, now School of Theology and Ministry at Boston College. Her books include Portfolio of Painterly Poems: A Pilgrim’s Path to God (Resource Publications, 2006), An Artistic Approach to New Testament Literature (Wipf & Stock, 2008), Protestant Pulse: Heart Hopes for God (Resource Publications, 2009), and My First Introduction To The New Testament (Resource Publications, 2011). Sharon is a native of Rockport, MA. She comes from a long line of talented and interesting Rockporters. She loves the ocean and candy from Tuck’s Candies. She and her husband Ernie make their home in Rockport along with their cat, Peanut.
Amy E. Chace is a mixed media artist. She has a background in photography. Currently, she is a freelance illustrator. Her artwork is a combination of photography, illustration, and painting. You can see some of her work at http://spitfaced.etsy.com. She is also open to making new friends on Facebook. She currently lives with Paul, who is the love of her life in Long Island, NY along with her two furry feline best friends. Amy grew up in Rockport, MA and has very fond memories of her mother taking her to Front Beach everyday in the summer for swimming lessons. She also has a fondness for Tuck’s Candies in Rockport, MA.