Welcome to Coloring For Fun’s video book review of Kathy Taylor’s new adult coloring book, Peace A Coloring Journal for Adults
Peace A Coloring Journal For Adults combines beautiful patterns and illustrations with specially selected Bible verses for you to meditate upon as you color.
Leave behind the distractions that pull you away from what really matters. Rekindle your spirit for Him as you crack open the Peace coloring journal and a fresh set of colored pencils.
Welcome to Coloring For Fun’s video book review of Kerby Rosanes’ new adult coloring book, Animorphia: An Extreme Coloring and Search Challenge.
This is coloring like you haven’t seen it before!
Join Kerby as he welcomes you to the wild world of Extreme Coloring. This amazing coloring book challenge featuring the super-detailed animal images from Kerby himself.
Known for his popular Sketchy Stories blog, Kerby works in intricately detailed black and white line to create creatures, characters, patterns, and tiny elements to form compositions of mind-boggling complexity.
By Lois Eiler
Coloring is an activity long thought of as the child’s domain. It’s pretty easy to see how coloring is beneficial to children. They can learn about shapes and colors, and experiment with different artistic mediums. Moms and restaurant owners have known for ages that a few crayon and paper or placemat to color on can still the restless child. Pre-school and elementary teachers know that coloring is a great interactive activity because it encourages concentration and focus while allowing the child to be creative and expressive.