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Goddesses Coloring Book (Dover Classic Stories Coloring Book)
Goddesses Coloring Book (Dover Classic Stories Coloring Book)
Goddesses Coloring Book (Dover Classic Stories Coloring Book)
Goddesses Coloring Book (Dover Classic Stories Coloring Book)
Goddesses Coloring Book (Dover Classic Stories Coloring Book)
Goddesses Coloring Book (Dover Classic Stories Coloring Book)
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Goddesses Coloring Book (Dover Classic Stories Coloring Book)

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If you have a hobby or interest, Dover has a coloring book that fits your style — and with our low prices, you won't have to break your budget to satisfy your passions!

A Dover Original

The traditional goddesses of ancient cultures take on a New Age aspect in these 30 original drawings. Dynamic portraits of female deities range from the well-known Greek and Roman goddesses to legendary figures from Celtic, Norse, Egyptian, Mayan, Incan, African, Native American, and Asian cultures. A brief caption identifies each goddess.

White Buffalo Woman

She is of the Native American tribes Lakota and Sioux and is considered the mother of life. She taught the first Native Americans their sacred ceremonies, songs, dances and traditions.

Ix Chel

This Mayan goddess is responsible for sending rain to nourish the land, and is the protector of mothers and children. Ix Chel has a dark side; she brings floods to the land if she is unhappy.

Epona

Celtic mythology's loving protector of horses, donkeys, and mules. She leads the sole to the afterlife.

Pachamama

She is the Incan goddess of the earth. She protects planting and harvesting, and represents fertility. When she is angered, she turns into a dragon and causes earthquakes.
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