European ghosts and other colouring pages from the Monster Atlas

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It’s said that ghosts are all around us here in Europe. The past haunts us and lives among us. Whether you believe in ghosts or not, they are sure to make for a great story. Being able to learn more about European ghosts and enjoying a colouring session with your children is a fun way to enjoy some quality time together too. We have the perfect help for you then….

There are many European ghosts and monsters that we can learn about, but today we’re focusing on a few specifics to encourage your kids love of learning. In order to enjoy a fun time with your kids as you work to educate them about the scary and unique ghosts located in Europe, you’ll need to print this list of European ghosts and the other creepy creatures colouring pages. 

Introducing Atlas of Monsters and Ghosts from Lonely Planet Kids

KiddyCharts is excited to announce the book from Lonely Planets Kids called the Atlas of Monsters and Ghosts. This book will give your family the lowdown on ghosts and mythical creatures. This detailed, and gorgeously illustrated, book helps you find out ways to defeat these beasts as well as what each beast looks like. 

The illustrations in the Atlas of Monsters and Ghosts are bold and breathtaking. The Spanish illustrator Laura Brenlla really knows how to illustrate in a way that captures your attention.  

As a way to celebrate the release of Atlas Monsters and Ghosts from Lonely Planet Kids, KiddyCharts have some colouring pages available for your kids to colour in; inspiring them to want to find out more about the ghosts and ghouls in our world. 

Gather up the crayons, and the children as you sit down to dig in deeper to learn more about these European ghosts during a fun colouring session at home. 

What species is the Loch Ness Monster?

The Loch Ness Monster is a creature that’s said to live in the Scottish Highlands. This “monster” has been nicknamed Nessie. Many people travel far and near to try to witness this creature that has often been described as having a long neck with one or more humps that protrude from the water. The Loch Ness Monster’s species is unknown but it’s said to be rather long in size. 

Enjoy colouring the following European monsters while you dig into Atlas of Monsters and Ghosts from Lonely Planet Kids:

Headless Man

Lost in the 17th Century, this man is often seen in the ancient castle of Edinburgh in Scotland looking for his head. Among the other ghosts that have been witnessed with the Headless Man are a dog and a woman who was thought to have been a witch during her time on Earth. 

The Green Lady

Located in the Castle of Mey in Scotland, The Green Lady is sad over a tragic love story and while you might want to smile at her in hopes she smiles in return, her spirit continues to wander around sad. 

Dracula

Dracula is a notorious vampire that many people know about. His location is usually Transylvania where he wanders around at night eating human blood to survive. While other vampires may have changed their ways, Dracula never does and only grows more violent with each passing year. 

The Witches of Pendle Hill

Atop Pendle Hill there’s said to be a magical presence, it’s the WItches of Pendle Hill. Having been executed in this area, it’s said they haunt the area seeking revenge for their wrongful death. 

Loch Ness Monster

The Loch Ness Monster lives in Loch Ness and is traditionally called Nessie as a nickname. This long creature is known to slither through the water, preying on boats, but has been said to slither up onto dry land from time to time.  

If you’re ready to enjoy a full day of adventures, then be sure to purchase Altas of Monsters and Ghosts from Lonely Planet Kids today. Once the book arrives, be sure to download these European ghosts colouring pages to make the most out of your magical adventure.

These colouring pages are perfect for Halloween of course, which we rather love here on KiddyCharts. They aren’t JUST for Halloween though, so don’t be put off trying them if it isn’t October! We do have plenty of other Halloween goodies for you too, so why not check out:

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Until next time.

Helen
The Monster Atlas graphic with drawings: European Ghosts

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