"Boys and girls — and grown-ups — intrigued by the maritime world of the North Pacific will get much pleasure and a pack of insider knowledge from Tom Crestodina’s Working Boats." (New York Times)
This richly illustrated coloring book, inspired by the bestselling picture book, is perfect for coloring enthusiasts of all ages who are curious about boats and the maritime world.
Step into the fascinating world of the maritime community, with this fun and gorgeous coloring book filled with Tom Crestodina's illustrations of intriguing working boats and lively maritime scenes. Coloring enthusiasts of all ages will love bringing this dynamic world to life in full color.
This engaging coloring book features 31 full-page illustrations for coloring. Facing pages include information about the subjects of each of the drawings, with text by essayist Tele Aadsen, which is paired with vignette illustrations that also invite coloring.
Set in a region steeped in the maritime industry, this coloring book celebrates the boats and the lives of people who work in this industry, and gives coloring enthusiasts everywhere a peek into the fascinating world of working boats.
About the Author
TOM CRESTODINA has been working as a fisherman in Alaska for over 20 years and studied marine engineering at the Seattle Maritime Academy. After his first child was born, he began making cutaway drawings of the vessels he was working on as a way to connect with his child while he was at sea. He now documents the maritime trades in his art, and his work is carried in shops and galleries along the Pacific coast. He lives in Bellingham, WA, with his wife, Ania, and their two children. You can find out more about his art at TheScow.BigCartel.com.
TELE AADSEN is a commercial fisherman and the author of a collection of essays, What Water Holds. In summer she lives at sea in Southeast Alaska with her partner Joel, and in winter she lives in Bow, WA, where she markets their catch through Nerka Sea Frozen Salmon.