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Colby Coloring & Activity Book

Colby Coloring & Activity Book

$6.99
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Our Colby Coloring and Activity Book features 18 coloring pages, a Colby word search, a section for tic-tac-toe, and Colby trivia. Each illustration was custom drawn by local artist Lizzie Kane. 

Coloring pages include: President David Greene, Miller Library, The Sloop Hero Weathervane, The Gordon Center for the Creative and Performing Arts, Runnals, Johnson Pond, a moose and baby, Lorimer Chapel, Commencement, The Colby College Museum of Art as seen from Mayflower Hill Drive (and, later, Bixler Walk) The Colby Mule Sculpture, The Harold Alfond Athletics and Recreation Center, a reunion parade, Allen Island, COOT, a chickadee on the Colby Green, and Runnals Walk. 
 
Suitable for children and adults. Printed on cardstock. Approximately 8-1/2 by 11 inches. Made in USA. 
 
 
Dam Committee

Dam Committee

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Snuggled between two fine lakes, the quaint Maine village of Belfry gets by on its own good looks and the free-flapping wallets of annoying summer tourists. Here, locals struggle to learn far more about each other than is necessary and face all things new with great caution. The formula works fine for everyday life, but not for a murder under their very noses, and certainly not for a sudden deluge of folding money.
More Dam Trouble

More Dam Trouble

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Earl's latest caper set in small-town Belfry Village, Maine. A wonderful three-plotted tale that you are going to love.
Water Village: The Story of Waterville Maine

Water Village: The Story of Waterville Maine

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The story of Waterville and its surrounds is one of astonishingly rapid growth and prosperity. The city flourished on the wave of the Second Industrial Revolution. Its ever-multiplying mills drew workers from around the world, and its streets were filled with merchants of every kind. 

The boom, of course, could not last, and before the end of the 20th century Waterville had barely anything to do with the water at all. The once-thriving industries were all gone, and the proud river city, like so many others in the north, began a long struggle to reinvent itself and recover its missing pride. Hardcover. 213 pages.