By B. Grossman, N. Conkle, N. Swanberg, L. Anderson
A kid's background of old Irish paintings, with droll Celtic humans and animals admist historical mazes and styles. From eighth and ninth century artifacts and the Books of Durrow and Kells.
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A Coloring Book of Ancient Ireland by B. Grossman, N. Conkle, N. Swanberg, L. Anderson