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National Coloring Book Day

Did you know that August 2 is National Coloring Book Day? Well, now you do! 

Did you know that coloring has benefits even for adults? Coloring is equated with meditation. It is low-stress and it relaxes the brain. (See 3 Reasons Adult Coloring Can Actually Relax Your Brain) Coloring also keeps those fine motor skills tuned up and improves your mental focus. (See Health Benefits of Coloring for Adults).

Did you know that I have a coloring book out? My artist friend Claudia and I combined our talents (hers is artist and mine was just compiling the information) to create a coloring book about Moroleon, Guanajuato. 

And did you know that for the next few days, in honor of National Coloring Book Day, you can get The History of Moroleon for Kids free at Amazon?history of moroleon

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The History of Moroleon for Kids ebook

Today is the last day to download FREE The History of Moroleon for Kids by yours truly and the fabulous illustrator Claudia Guzes!

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How much do you really know about Moroleon?

***Why is there a celebration every January 15 in Moroleon?

***Did Moroleon support or resist the Cristeros?

***Which indigenous groups peopled the area?

***When did the first European settlers arrive?

***Why is the main Catholic church called El Templo del Señor de Esquipulitas?

***How did Moroleon get its name?

***Who attacked Moroleon in the early 1900s?

***Why are businesses closed on Thursday afternoons?

Find out the answers to these and more about the history of Moroleon in this book artfully designed with children in mind.

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