Anatomy Coloring Book: The Skeleton

Anatomy Coloring Book: The Skeleton

The Skeleton is part of our Anatomy Coloring Book Series.  Catherine and I started this series as a study guide for our PreMed students.  We consulted with Dr. Vazquez and met with enthusiastic support for the project.  This book series is fun for anyone looking at medical-related fields, and even if you want to be really diabolical and sneak some education into Halloween!

Anatomy Coloring Book The Skeleton
Anatomy Coloring Book The Skeleton

The three people who worked on this book were:

Dr A.J. Vazquez,

Catherine Arbelaez,

and Doug Franklin.

We wrote & compiled this book in 2022, and published it under the Doug Franklin name the same year.


This book, and its related series, are designed to clearly break down the human body into easy-to-remember and visualize groups.

This coloring book is designed to give freedom to learn, group & reason while at leisure absorbing your material so that you can maximize retention, ace your human biology classes, and step smoothly into medical school with everything memorized!

The added benefit of this useful tool is that anyone with an interest in learning anatomical structures, who takes the time to review this reference and make their colored notes will have an easily & concisely ordered reference guide for well into the future!

When you color to learn with The Anatomy Coloring Book, you make visual associations with key terminology and assimilate information while engaging in kinesthetic learning.

Where To Get Yours:


Printed Books


Direct Download *
Amazon Direct Download **
Amazon * Independently Published Audible **
Smashwords *

* Amazon & other publishers will ban accounts for producing low-content eBooks.  It is considered a ‘bait-n-switch’ tactic.

** These would be pretty boring audiobooks.  And I don’t think anyone wants to listen to me read my notes on coloring.  So we’ll skip audiobooks too! 😉




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