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US Govt Coloring Books
April 12, 2006 7:37 AM   Subscribe

Uncle Sam Wants You (to color)! Many US government agencies have created coloring books for your pleasure, and Evergreen State has an index. Some of my favorites include Sea Turtles/No No Honu Kai, in English and Hawaiian; Celebrating Wildflowers, which has both line drawings and coloring guides; The Beagle Brigade (pdf); and, of course, Noxious Weeds are Everybody's Problem (pdf). (via Metachat)
posted by OmieWise (7 comments total)

 
Wow, drawings by Karl Urban! Flower artist, action star ... let's face it, the man is the total package.
posted by aparrish at 8:07 AM on April 12, 2006


Letter 'D' is NSFW!
posted by zorro astor at 10:21 AM on April 12, 2006


Letter 'M' is making me a little suspicious, as well.
posted by zorro astor at 10:24 AM on April 12, 2006


Hmmn? Curious why the first one is a California alphabet and not a U.S. alphabet? Would be fun if it was California related. M is for migrant worker, G is for gangs and graffitti, R is for Rhinoplasty, etc.
posted by zngsd at 12:40 PM on April 12, 2006


Thanks OmieWise, finally a MeFi post I can really dig into! (not kidding, I really love coloring books!)
posted by Lynsey at 2:59 PM on April 12, 2006


Hey, I go to Evergreen!

I'll have to tell the people who put this together that the internet is most pleased!
posted by blasdelf at 4:31 PM on April 12, 2006


Nice. I'm always looking for coloring materials for my students, NASA has great ones and so does Nat'l Geographic, but these are certainly cool too.
posted by BlackLeotardFront at 7:09 PM on April 12, 2006


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