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Books in Colouring Books series

  • Alphonse Mucha

    Daisy Seal, Flame Tree Studio

    Paperback (Flame Tree Publishing, Sept. 25, 2016)
    Dreaming and relaxing, with the wonderful Art Nouveau designs of Alphonse Mucha, this beautiful new book will give you many hours of pleasure, and calm. Printed on high quality paper, this art book features 45 intricate Mucha artworks for you to colour, offering a suggestion of how the original looked as well as key information such as title and date. Mucha's distinctive style and images of beautiful women in arabesque poses evoked a beautiful, spiritual life, and this book will take you on an enjoyable journey where the satisfaction of creating stunning artworks is mixed with rediscovering the joy of colouring. You can use a wide variety of pens: from gel and pencil, to pigment and crayons, from ballpoint and rollerball to highlighters, although it’s best to avoid the heavy felt pens. Each page is perforated near the spine of the book, so you can tear out and frame, or simply place your wonderful creation on the walls of your home, perhaps even send them as a gift to your loved ones. Bring the Ink to life!
  • Colour Your Own Medieval Animals

    British Library

    Paperback (Pavilion, Sept. 1, 2017)
    Exclusive illustrations to colour in carefully selected from the British Library's archive.Before the invention of the printing press, books were written out by hand, and were priceless objects. The most precious books were illuminated with pictures highlighted with gold or with bright colours. Real and imaginary animals populated the pages of medieval books, particularly encyclopedias.This new colouring book is packed with familiar and exotic creatures carefully selected from the extensive collection of the British Library. The animal illustrations have been sourced from a range of documents, including charters and seals and historical and literary manuscripts, from Homer to the Codex Sinaiticus, from Beowulf to Chaucer, and from Magna Carta to the papers of Henry VIII and Elizabeth I.Each of the original drawings is reproduced in colour, so that you can decide whether you prefer to choose your own colours, or to use the colours that the artist intended. With key facts about each of the animals and their source, this is the perfect book for animal lovers, history buffs and colouring-in fanatics alike.
  • My Bible Coloring Book: A Fun Way for Kids to Color through the Bible

    Shirley Dobson

    Paperback (Gospel Light, Sept. 9, 1997)
    With 119 coloring pictures, My Bible Coloring Book takes the coloring book to a new level. It teaches children essential Bible stories as they color! This coloring book covers all the main stories of the Bible, and each picture has a scripture reference. My Bible Coloring Book also contains a letter from Shirley Dobson describing the joy of taking children through the Bible, helping them to discover God’s Word.
  • Lots of Things to Find and Colour: On Holiday

    Fiona Watt

    Paperback (Usborne Books, July 1, 2011)
    There are lots of things to look for in this delightful book. The black and white illustrations give lots more coloring opportunities.
  • The New Children's Bible

    Anne de Vries

    Hardcover (CF4Kids, March 20, 2014)
    This popular Bible written for children has a new layout. The text has been updated and is designed to be enjoyed by children as well as the adults who read it to them. There are pictures on every page by the illustrator Fred Apps. Let the real adventure of the bible shine through.
  • Roy Lichtenstein Coloring Book

    Prestel Publishing

    Paperback (Prestel, Feb. 25, 2013)
    Big art for little hands, these enchanting acti vity books allow young artists to explore the world's masterpieces on their own terms and with plenty of space to color outside the lines.
  • Impressionists: From Monet to Van Gogh: Coloring Book

    Florence Gentner, Dominique Foufelle

    Paperback (Hachette Livre Editions Du Chene, March 22, 2016)
    Color by numbers complete with palette guide to recreate your own masterpiecePerforated pages make it easy to color and frame your completed workSuitable for adults, children and art studentsWith artists' works Van Gogh, Renoir, or MonetColor by number and discover your inner Impressionist!The latest addition to the adult coloring book phenomenon includes 20 masters of the Impressionist era, including Regatta at Argenteuil by Monet, Gondolaby Renoir, and Starry Night by Van Gogh. A full-color image of the original masterpiece accompanies each large-format picture for you to color. Use the detailed color palettes, with a complete breakdown of how to mix each shade, ensuring that you get the perfect color.Every picture is annotated with numbers and letters, signifying where each color should go. The perforated pages allow for copying and practicing, then framing your completed masterpiece.Artworks by the following artists are included: Claude Monet, Camille Pissarro, Auguste Renoir, Alfred Sisley, and Vincent Van Gogh.Also available: Impressionists: From Caillebotte to Manet, ISBN 9782812313929
  • Coloring Book Dali

    Doris Kutschbach

    Paperback (Prestel, Sept. 12, 2007)
    Big art for little hands, these enchanting activity books allow young artists to explore the world’s masterpieces on their own terms and with plenty of space to color outside the lines.
  • The Wind in the Willows Coloring Book: Toad's Adventures

    Kenneth Grahame

    Paperback (Dover Pubns, June 1, 1978)
    Dover (1976) coloring book. Text abridged from 1908 edition. Containing the Toad episodes from Kenneth Grahame's classic Wind in the Willows. 50 illustrations. 64pp. 8.25 x 11 inches.
  • Millie Marotta's Animal Kingdom: a colouring book adventure

    Millie Marotta

    Paperback (Batsford Ltd, )
  • 365 Great Bible Stories: The Good News of Jesus from Genesis to Revelation

    Carine MacKenzie

    Hardcover (CF4Kids, July 20, 2011)
    Carine MacKenzie’s 150th Book. With one story a day this book will give you enough Bible stories to last all year. There is also an opportunity to track a theme such as Salvation; The Holy Spirit; God’s Word and by looking out for the key picture as you flick through the book. Be sure to remember that this book is not about how fast or slow you read, or how many days you spend going through it. This book is about discovering the good news about Jesus Christ from Genesis to Revelation. You can also make a special friend, Jesus Christ, the true Saviour. He is with his people always no matter what time of day or what month of the year it is. God’s word is true always. Read it and learn from it and follow it all the days of your life.