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Colouring book

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Colouring book

Name

Name

colouring book - used for hours of fun!

Syntax

Syntax

fill [in] <area> in <book> with <crayon>

Description

Description

Now you have your colouring book, all you need to do is open it to a page with a pattern you like, pick an area to start, and make sure you have your crayons handy.

Example

Example

> l book
Covered in bright shiny yellow card with a cheerful picture of a happy-looking dog holding a bright pink crayon and a miniature version of the same book, this book will bring hours of fun to any child, from six to sixty. Crayons are not recommended for children below the age of six, due to potentially unpleasant consequences for digestive systems and furniture.
This page has a picture of a happy-looking womble, with her big litter bag and her long furry scarf.
If you had a coloured crayon, you could probably fill in the picture.
The litter bag, emblem on the litter bag, womble's nose, long furry scarf, and the womble's fur are blank. Nothing has been coloured in yet.
It is open at page 1.

> hold crayon
You hold a rainy grey crayon in your left hand.

> fill in womble's fur in book with crayon
You poke your tongue out in concentration as you start colouring something in.
You finish colouring in the area and put down your rainy grey crayon.

> l book
Covered in bright shiny yellow card with a cheerful picture of a happy-looking dog holding a bright pink crayon and a miniature version of the same book, this book will bring hours of fun to any child, from six to sixty. Crayons are not recommended for children below the age of six, due to potentially unpleasant consequences for digestive systems and furniture.
This page has a picture of a happy-looking womble, with her big litter bag and her long furry scarf.
If you had a coloured crayon, you could probably fill in the picture.
The litter bag, emblem on the litter bag, womble's nose, and the long furry scarf are blank. The womble's fur has been coloured in untidily with rainy grey crayon.
It is open at page 1.

> bounce excitedly
You bounce around excitedly.