Does your child love books and trips to the library? Melanie Hope Greenberg's latest free coloring sheet is this darling library coloring page. Bonus: you can also print out the companion page to use either as a summer reading log or a blank canvas for free drawing. Perhaps your child would like to draw a picture of himself reading!
If you are a librarian or teacher, this library coloring page would also be a fun handout at summer reading programs. You are welcome to print the page out as many times as you like for non-commercial purposes.
Another fun idea is to use this library coloring page in conjunction with our summer library challenge and library scavenger hunt. Record your findings on the blank page!
Download and Print -->(By clicking on link you agree to our terms of service, *see below) LIBRARY COLORING PAGE
Download and Print -->(By clicking on link you agree to our terms of service, *see below) SUMMER READING LOG
My oldest son decided to list a few recent reads in a rainbow. You can see he has eclectic taste. I love my young reader!
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Meet the illustrator:
Melanie Hope Greenberg is an award winning author and illustrator of more than 15 children’s books. Her cheerful, vibrant illustrations can be found in books such as Good Morning, Digger, Down in the Subway and A City Is. Her very popular Mermaids on Parade was selected as a Bank Street Best Book, and for the Texas Reading Club and PBS Kids Summer Reading Lists.
Melanie also visits schools to talk about the process of creating a book. Learn more about her internationally recognized art work at her official website.
I’m sure you know a kid who likes diggers. Or mermaids? Or subways? Melanie signs all copies of her books purchased through her Amazon vendor link. (Book covers are affiliate links.)
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Julie Klingler says
Hi, Erica! Thanks, as always, for all of these fabulous ideas! I am working on our library's summer program and will utilize some of these ideas. Some of the links are not opening. For example, the Library Scavenger Hunt and Twiddle and Twaddle. Any idea what I need to do to open them? Be blessed!
Hi Julie, I'm working on getting that fixed in the next day or so! I'll even have a print out of the entire challenge.