Color a page from Huntsville history with a set of three Color Me, Huntsville coloring books celebrating Huntsville’s most historic places. Each 24-page book features 9 original sketches by a featured artists and includes text that explains the historical significance of each house, building or site. Color Me, Huntsville introduces kids, adults, residents and visitors to the beauty of Huntsville-Madison County’s historic resources through the simple act of coloring, an old-fashioned pastime whose appeals is undiminished in our high-tech age.
Color Me Huntsville by Carole Foret features sketches of the Brahan-Bernstein house, the Cox (Spite) House, the Clay House, Church of the Nativity, Lowe Mill, Lowe Mill house, Temple B’nai Sholom, the Van Valkenburgh House, the Buffalo Soldier Memorial.
Color Me, Huntsville by Christina Green features sketches of the First National Bank , the McDowell (Backwards) House, Church of the Nativity, Randolph Street Church of Christ, Harrison Brothers Hardware, St. John AME Church, Rosenwald School.
Color Me, Huntsville by Christina Wegman features sketches of the Weeden House, First National Bank, First United Methodist Church, Van Valkenburgh (Steamboat Gothic) House, the Pleasants House, Temple B’nai Sholom, First Baptist Church, Saturn V Rocket.
Our newest publication, Color Me, Huntsville: Places Where Huntsville Women Made History, is now available individually or with our original Color, Me Huntsville books.
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