Press:Scholastic Scholastic; Book and Access edition (October 1, 2004)
Author Name:Lee, Quinlan B./ Albrecht, Jeff (ILT)
Re-introducing a 1980's favorite to a whole new generation of fans!Introducing Rainbow Brite and her friends, the Color Kids and the Sprites.
Features a die-cut cover and jewel stickers in the shape and color of the Star Sprinkles.Join Rainbow Brite and her forces of color as they challenge the forces of gloom, in a struggle to keep the world bright and colorful, and to keep our hearts hopeful and happy.
Children's Books,Science Fiction & Fantasy,Fantasy & Magic,Literature & Fiction
PDF Download And Online Read: Rainbow Brite: Sparkling Star Sprinkles
Comment List (Total:4)
- ok its not a problem thats its a coloring book, but it would have been nice to know that its not a book to read to my kids like i thought it was because there is nothing about it being a coloring book..
- Bought this book for my daughter. I had a couple of rainbow brite books passed down to me and she absolutely loved them. However, this book had been used, which I don't think I paid very close attention to that when I ordered it. It had a small circular hole in the cover, not sure why...but other than that the book was ok. She enjoys reading it, and the hole doesn't seem to bother her any. But it has made me more cautious in buying things that are used.
- The 3rd party I ordered this from was great - no problems there. But the product itself is terrible! The book is maybe 15 pages when most coloring books are 50 or so, and the pictures themselves look like they were drawn by a third-grader. I can't believe Hallmark (or whoever now owns Rainbow Brite) allowed their name to be associated with this terrible, worthless coloring book! Seriously, I can't tell you how awful these pictures are! You can find downloadable Rainbow Brite coloring pages from vintage coloring books free online - don't waste your money on this crap.
- Bought this thinking it was a reading book, but turns out it was a coloring book.