Yellowstone National Park A Cautionary Tale Adult Coloring Book by Andy Robbins
- 32 pages
- Recommended for mature artists
- Published in Montana
“Can a bison kill you?
Heck yes. Though not generally malevolent, bison are huge, horned, and hard-hitting.
Selfie Stick Silver, Kidney Pink, Bowel Burgundy”
-from page 10
Color yourself cautious - this coloring book is really quite helpful - it only wants you to be same while traveling through Yellowstone’s many sights and scenes, even if its methods are a bit … unconventional. Just make sure your ‘vacation of a lifetime’ is a free of peril as possible, from stampeding bison to poisonous mushrooms, boiling geysers and more, the world’s first national park can be a rather hazardous place! But, if you keep your wits about you, remember that none of the wildlife is tame, and follow the advice of this ahem, ‘memorably’ illustrated coloring book, you’ll be just fine!
Based in beautiful Helena, Montana, Farcountry Press has been an award-winning local publisher since 1980. Specializing in full-color photography books, locally written children’s stories, guidebooks, cookbooks, and regional history stories, Farcountry Press’ staff produces about 25 new books annually. This wonderful company also serves as a distributor for several other smaller book publishers, including The University of Montana Press.