Exhibition of antique coloring books at the Moorestown Library


MOORESTOWN, NJ – Antique coloring books are now on display in the lobby of the Moorestown Library. They are introduced by William and Carole Lokan-Moore, who describe themselves as old school teachers who love to educate people about the importance of coloring books.

“Not only do they entertain but they also educate, finding historical places, towns, places, scenic events, all are in coloring books to inform the reader while they color,” said Carole Lokan- Moore. “The physical aspect of holding a pencil and staying within the lines is an age-old custom, from kindergarteners to the disabled and stroke survivors. Coloring books are therefore beneficial for all members of the family. “

The display also includes collectable Crayola Crayon boxes. The books represent a life of traveling the world, as indicated by many historical places drawn in the coloring books.

Carole Lokan-Moore, is the newly published author of “350 Farm Animal Stores”, written in first person, for the past three years, right here in Burlington County.

“Around Town With Carole On Whitebriar Farms” is a glossy “coffee table book” of two soothing, encouraging, informative, and delightful to read, short story books about daily life on the farm, as you go. as they occur.

The Moorestown Library is located at 111 West Second Street, next to City Hall.


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