What is a "coloring storybook"? It's a coloring book, a storybook, and more! You can color just the pages you want, and enjoy it like any fine coloring book. Or finish them all and create a wonderful storybook, a keepsake all your own, or one to lovingly share with children and grandchildren. Imagine their excitement and delight -- and yours too! -- when you read to them from a book you helped illustrate yourself! It's a gift your loved ones can treasure forever, a true family heirloom. This coloring storybook from Skyhook Press tells what happens when mild-mannered Skeeter the cat starts to notice that there are a lot of weasels. *************Please note: This "grayscale coloring book" (or “greyscale colouring book”) has pictures already shaded in gray, calling for a different kind of coloring. But that doesn't make it harder -- in fact, it makes it easier to get stunning results! For tips, search online for "grayscale coloring." ///////////////////////////////////////////////// ABOUT THE CHILDREN'S BOOK This coloring book is adapted from the children’s picture book "Skeeter and the Weasels," by Aaron Shepard, illustrated by Anne L. Watson, published in 2019 by Skyhook Press. ABOUT THE ARTIST Anne L. Watson is the author/illustrator of "Katie Mouse and the Perfect Wedding," "Katie Mouse and the Christmas Door," and "The Secret of Gingerbread Village," as well as the author of numerous craft books and novels for adults. Her illustrations are imaginative collages made from photos of felted animals, miniatures, and real-life objects, along with graphic arts creations and textures from Etsy and elsewhere, all assembled and manipulated in Photoshop. ABOUT THE AUTHOR Aaron Shepard—besides being Anne’s loving husband—is the award-winning author of "The Baker’s Dozen," "The Legend of Lightning Larry," "The Sea King’s Daughter," and many more children’s books. His stories have won him honors from the American Library Association, the New York Public Library, the Bank Street College of Education, the National Council for the Social Studies, and the American Folklore Society.