Life's Footprints, Inc.

Children's Storybooks Fun activities Life's Footprints Online Store
What kids have to say about these books Send Robert an e-mail Learn more about the author/publisher, Robert E. Wood

Instructions for printing or downloading coloring book pages.
Choose the picture you want to color by clicking it with your mouse. When the new window opens the picture you chose will be the only thing in the new window. Then you can decide if you want to print out the page to color or save it to use in your favorite computer coloring program.  You can "right-click" with your mouse and choose "save as".  Then pick the folder on your computer you wish to store the picture in. To print your choice instead just use your browser window's print button or "right-click" with your mouse and choose print.  Remember, when you open your new picture in a program like "paint" that you need to select "all files" in the type menu or you will not see the new file you just saved.  This is because the program only looks for bmp type files unless you change the "file type" selection and these pictures are saved as gif files.  We hope you enjoy our color book pages and we would love for you to come back again so you can color them all.

Pictures from Candle and The Magic Boat
Many friends came to celebrate Candle's birthday. COOZOO meets Candle at an OOluciouss Tree in OOzooland. The bad children of Wicked Island do not keep it clean and they make ugly dreams.
Wisdom Square has many different lands around it and lots of different things to do. The magic boat belongs to COOZOO so Candle agrees to return it to him. The animal citizens give Candle her own magic boat.
Pictures from The Mouse Who Wanted to Stay in the Trap.
The Little Girl thinks that other children do not like her because she is crippled. While staying with her grandfather in the woods, the little girl meets a mouse. After the little girl returns home happily with her wishes granted, she calls Mr. Mouse to thank him.
Pictures from The Father Of All Trees
Animals gather around the Father of All Trees. Indians often camp around the Father of All Trees. In the springtime you might see a seedling from the Father of All Trees.
Robert E. Wood
Author/Publisher
United States
Top of Page - Home - Contact Us

Designed & Created by: Squatchette