If you look toward the lower left, you'll see curvy text that encourages you to draw in more lily pads and frogs in the empty spaces. (I unfortunately did not take a photo of the uncolored pages so that you can easily see what parts I drew in.)
I drew everything in the upper left corner, the flower and kelp in the top center, the little circles at the top of the right-hand page, and everything on the bottom center and right. Also, I of course created the swirling texture in the water. I'm particularly proud of the flower, leaves, and kelp I drew in the lower right corner.
I had considered the pages done a couple days ago, but when I got the wonderful new Prismacolor pencils from Mary, I decided to play with them to try to fix my swirly water, which had turned out very striped when drawn with my cheap Crayola pencils, grabbing a lot of attention away from the actual picture. The Prismacolors are so soft that I was able to color over what I'd previously drawn & blend it to get the water nicely textured but no longer so obvious. I love the result!
(Ignore the funky line down the middle where the pages meet.)