20 years!  From 1998 - 2018

The Good News Coloring Book

LIST OF LANGUAGES AVAILABLE

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Afrikaans  (South Africa, Namibia)

Albanian   (Albania)

Amharic (Ethiopia)

Amharic/Hebrew  (Israel, Ethiopia)

Arabic  (Egypt, Saudi Arabia, North Africa, worldwide)


Belize Kriol (Belize)

Bemba (Zambia, D.R.Congo, Tanzania)

Bengali Bengal, India, Bangladesh

Bulgarian 

Burmese (Myanmar)


Cambodian (Khmer)  Cambodia

Catalan  (Catalonia, Spain)

Cebuano  (Philippines)

Chichewa (or Cinyanja)   (Malawi, Zimbabwe, Zambia)

Chinese Simplified  (Mainland China)

Chinese Traditional  (Republic of China (Taiwan), Hong Kong, Macau)

Creole (Haitian)    (Haiti)

Croatian


Danish  (Denmark)

Dinka Rek (South Sudan) 

Doromu-Koki (Papua New Guinea)

Dutch   (The Netherlands, Dutch Antilles, other former Dutch colonies) 


English

Estonian   (Estonia)


Farsi/English (Iran)

Fijian  (Fiji)

Finnish

French (France, Haiti, former French colonies)


Gaelic (Irish) Ireland

Garifuna (Honduras)

Georgian  (Republic of Georgia) 

German

Greek


Hausa (Nigeria)

Hebrew (Israel)

Hindi  (India)

Hmong (Yunnan & Guizhou (in) China, some in N. Vietnam, Laos & Thailand)

Hungarian


Icelandic

Igbo (Ibo) (Nigeria)

Ilonggo  (Philippines)

Indonesian

Isnag  (Apayao Province in northern Philippines)

Italian


Japanese (“Living” version)


Kaonde (Kikaonde)   (Zambia, Democratic Republic of Congo )

Kalenjin  (Kenya)

Kannada (India)

Kazakh

K’ekchi‘  (Guatemala, Belize)

Kiborana   (Kenya)

Kikamba   (Kenya)

Kikuyu   (Kenya)

Kinyarwanda (Rwanda)

Kirundi (or Rundi) (Burundi, Tanzania, Congo, Uganda)

Korean  (Korea)

Kosraean  (Kosrae (Micronesia))

Kurdish Kurmanji (Kurdish areas of Iraq, Iran, Turkey, Syria. In Iraq sometimes known 

as Bahdini. In Iran language sometimes caled Shikaki.)

Kurdish Sorani (Kurdish areas of Iraq, Iran, Turkey, Syria)


Lamba (Zambia)

Lao/Laotian (Laos & surrounding area)

Latvian (Latvia)

Luganda  (Uganda)

Luhya (Luyia) (Kenya)

Luo  (Kenya)


Maasai  (Kenya, Tanzania)  

Malagasy  (Madagascar)

Malayalam  (Southern India)

Mangseng (Papua New Guinea)

Marshalese   (Marshall Islands)

Miskito  (Honduras)

Mongolian

Munukutuba/French  (Congo)


Navajo (U.S.)

Ndebele (Zimbabwe, South Africa)

Nepali (Nepal)

Norwegian


Palikur  (Brazil)

PNG Pidgin   (Papua New Guinea)

Pokot  (Kenya/Uganda)

Polish

Portuguese for Portugal (Portugal, Europe, Africa)

Portuguese for S.A. (South America)


Romanian

Russian


Sepik Iwam   (Papua New Guinea)

Serbian

Setswana (Tswana) (Botswana, South Africa)

Shona

Siswati (Swaziland)

Slovakian 

Somali  ( Somalia, Kenya)   

Spanish

Swahili (Kiswahili)    (Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi, Uganda

Congo (DRC), Somalia, Mozambique, Comoros Islands) 

Swedish


Tagalog  Philippines)

Tamil  (Southern India)

Telugu (India)

Thai

Tonga

Turkana (Kenya)

Turkish


Ukrainian

Urdu (Pakistan)


Vietnamese


Welsh (Wales)


Xhosa


Yoruba (Nigeria and surrounding)


Zulu  (South Africa, Zimbabwe, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Swaziland)

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