Coloring pictures from more BibleRhymes stories will be coming. But for now, you can click on the images below to go to the coloring books for our Zacchaeus and Christmas Story (First Edition).
The BibleRhymes’ Zacchaeus children’s book was illustrated by Don Cassity.
The Christmas Story (First Edition) was illustrated by Antonella Chirco.
You are welcome to right-click and save the images of this kids’ Bible book to use for free printing and coloring purposes.
These coloring pictures are not to be used for anything else without written consent from BibleRhymes Publishing.
Coloring pictures aren’t only fun, and they’re not only for kids. There are benefits to coloring for adults. It can apparently reduce stress.
I know when I’m not rushed for some kind of self-imposed deadline, creating the art for the BibleRhymes stories (and other books that I’m working on) is as relaxing as can be. When I’m working on pictures I’m able to just focus, zone-out, and become immersed in my drawings.
Which, to be honest, is probably why I do most of my drawing at night. When people are sleeping the world gets silent, and my creativity gets unleashed.