Colouring Pages

Scroll down for free printable colouring sheets to download and print out to find out more about my children’s books:

After the War – Paper dolls here

Cut out and decorate these paper dolls to remember the 300 Windermere children who arrived in the English Lake District after their liberation from the concentration camps.  Here are some ideas:

  • colour them as children like the friends in After the War : Yossi, Leo and Mordecai
  • add words of kindness you’d like to say to them to welcome them
  • make a display of them holding hands against a backdrop of Cumbrian mountains and lakes.
  • colour them in as adults – what do you think they might grow up to do? (The real Windermere children grew up to have fulfilling lives as teachers, electricians, dentists and one even represented Britain in the Olympics).
  • Challenge: decorate all 300 Windermere children!

Find out more about After the War here


D-Day Dog

What view do you think Jack and his new puppy are looking at?

Can you draw the plane Emile and his dog Glenn are parachuting out or where they might be landing?

Find out more about D-Day Dog here


Wings series – Mark this year’s centenary of the RAF colouring in the  planes featured in my children’s series Wings – the Sopwith Camel, Spitfire and Typhoon.  Download here.

Find about more about the Wing series here


Iron Age / Roman / Anglo Saxons / Vikings colouring sheet to accompany my Defenders series.  Download here .

Find about more about the Defenders series here


Secret FC colouring

Download here

Find about more about Secret FC here. 

 


Football Academy colouring Download  here

Find about more about the Football Academy series here. 

 


Gus the Famous Football Cat colouring sheet download here 

Find about more about Gus here. 

 


Draw a landscape to colour in for the Armistice Runner characters here:

Lily (running today) download here.

 

Ernest (a trench runner in the First World War) download here.

Find about more about Armistice Runner here.

 


Roy of the Rovers

Learn to draw Rocky with Lisa Henke here.

Sharp-shooter Rocky is testing her brother Roy’s goal-keeping skills. Can you add a crowd or maybe some more players and colour them all in here?

 

A picture of Roy of the Rovers for you to colour in and design a new football kit for Melchester Rovers here.

Find about more about the Roy of the Rovers series here. 

 

 

 

More Literacy Resources here

Contact me

Email me here for more information about my books or use my contact form here.

PRIVACY & COOKIES POLICY                            TERMS & CONDITIONS

 

%d bloggers like this: