Thursday, March 17, 2016

Review: "Coloring For All Seasons: Spring" by (Adult Coloring)

Coloring For All Seasons: Spring

Publisher:River Grove Books
Genre:Adult Coloring Book
Publication Date: March 1, 2016

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Description from Publisher: “With the coming of spring, I am calm again.” – Gustav Mahler Spring is that captivating time of year when the days get longer, the weather gets warmer, and plants come alive again. All across the globe, people shed their winter coats and step outside to celebrate this season with festivities and a collective appreciation of nature.

My Rating:
I received a digital ARC from the publisher through for an honest, unbiased review. My opinion is my own.

One of the first things that I do before purchasing a coloring book is check out as many of the pages as I can, be it online or in person. There have been many times that I have assumed from the cover that it would be filled with pages I want to color only to open it and realize that there weren't enough to make me buy the book.

This book would be one that I would very happily buy. There were so many pages that I was excited about and I really like that there is variety (mandalas, whimsical pages, more detailed, etc.) while still keeping with the theme and tone of the book. I have to admit that I have a sweet spot for seasonal or holiday-themed coloring books. It's a fun way to celebrate the season!

The pages are printed single-sided, with blank pages on the back, so bleed-through won't be a concern for those who use markers (or for those who press hard with pencils and might leave textures on the back). Below, I've shown a couple of print-outs I chose to do, both of the more whimsical variety since that is what I'm in the mood for. :)

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