Crack out the crayons, Gromit lad, and get colouring with this inventive new colouring book!
Wallace, inventor extraordinaire, and his canine companion, Gromit, invite you to spend a grand day in, colouring in iconic scenes and classic characters from four of their hit films: A Grand Day Out, The Wrong Trousers, A Close Shave and A Matter of Loaf and Death.
The Wrong Trousers celebrates its thirty-year anniversary in 2023 so make sure you use the Right Pencils and watch out for silent penguins masquerading as house guests...
The perfect opportunity for fans of the films first time round to enjoy them anew.
- Size: 216x280 mm
- Illustrations: 250
- Pages: 80
Delivery within mainland UK : £3.95.
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