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Coloring books for adults

December 7, 2015
Amy Phelps , MOV Parent

Coloring books have become popular with adults to help relieve stress. And grown-up themed books have been published so adults aren't having to color in cartoon characters. Here are a few that would be a great holiday gift so grown-ups can color with the kids!

There's "The Neon Coloring Book" illustrated by Richard Merritt, Amandia Hillier and Felicity French (Price Stern Sloan) $12.99 that uses some neon color on the pages (you may want some sunglasses.)

Then there's three pocket-sized small books, "I Heart Coloring," "I Heart Cute Coloring" and "I Heart Coloring Flowers" with art by Felicity French, Jess Bradley and Lizzie Preston and Jane Ryder-Gray (Price Stern Sloan, $9.99 each.) Heart Coloring makes use of fine patterns, while Cute Coloring has cute animals and creatures to color and Coloring Flowers uses the fine patterns but in flower form.

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There are also two coloring pads, "Ruth Heller's Animals" and "Ruth Heller's Seasons" (Grosset & Dunlap, $9.99) that allows you to pull out the completed product.

And for the holidays is "Christmas to Color" with art by Mary Tanana (HarperCollins, $15.99) with fine-patterned wreaths, deer, etc.

 
 

 

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