From the people who brought you the Victorian Illustrated Shakespeare Archive comes an Illustrated Shakespeare Coloring Book–a coloring book featuring illustrations of 35 different Shakespeare plays. (All illustrations come from a nineteenth edition of The Plays of William Shakespeare.) The coloring book’s creator, Michael Goodman, tell us: “It’s obviously free to use and I hope in these days of home schooling parents might find it a simple way to engage their kids with Shakespeare.” Access the coloring book here.
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Now I will have to wait til this plague is done..Considering crayons, colored pencils or watercolors. Uuum. One way or the other I will be anxious to add color to these wonderful pages. Thanks,Marie
Is it possible the file is corrupt…after downloading, I tried to open it multiple times only to be told there is a problem with the file. I also noticed that even though the blank images are blown up to %6400, it states that the images are 0.00 inches by 0.00 inches. What is going on here? Thank you kindly.