Love this book. Fun to color I love that it’s one sided & perforated
I got this coloring book for my 6 year old nephew’s birthday because he loves sharks. I think this book is better suited for children who are a little older as it has a lot of fine detail in the drawings. He still liked it, though.
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My 4-year-old daughter has been obsessed with dolphins for the last few months. She wanted a dolphin coloring book as she was only temporarily satisfied with the dolphin coloring pages I found by going to google, clicking images, and searching on “dolphin coloring page.
” So, I searched amazon for a dophin coloring book and found the Whales and Dolphin Coloring Book is very different from the dolphin coloring pages you can find on google. Each picture depicts a different whale, dolphin, or porpoise and is accompanied by information about that particular animal.
The editorial review says the reading level is for preschool children, but it is in fact at a much higher level. That’s okay though. The point is to color.The sketches are nice. While it is a little painful to hand the book of sketches to a 4-year-old, my .
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“Beautiful underwater scenes” – By Amazon Customer (Northeast Georgia)
“Just what I was looking for, FUN.” – By LR Economou (SAN JUAN, PR, US)
Mermaids – Calm Ocean Coloring Collection (Fantasy Coloring by Selina) (Volume 2)
This is one of my favorite digi artists so it stands to say that I also thoroughly love her coloring books! Great book for fantasy coloring enthusiasts.
Paperback Pop Manga Mermaids and Other Sea Creatures: A Coloring Book
Paperback Lost Ocean: An Inky Adventure and Coloring Book for Adults
“Great tool to learn blending techniques” – By Melanie M. (Northern California)
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This book is different then any other sea or mermaid themed adult book. It has beautiful designs and kept me busy for hours
Paperback Mermaid Coloring Book: An Adult Coloring Book with Cute Mermaids, Fun Ocean Animals, and Relaxing Fantasy Scenes (Mermaid Gifts for Relaxation)
“A lot of fun for someone looking to get into advanced coloring books, and has a TON of content.” – By Nick Mnemonic (Meridian, ID)
Creative Haven Sea Life Color by Number Coloring Book (Adult Coloring)
Paperback Creative Haven Fanciful Sea Life Coloring Book (Adult Coloring)
“15 Feet of continuous coloring fun with lots of silly and fun Ocean designs – printed on one side of continuous fold-out page” – By iiiireader (USA)
I ordered this book after reading a couple of articles about coloring books for adults and listening to a friend commenting about how much she was actually enjoying using these type of books. When it arrived and I started flipping through the pages I could not help but smile.
The drawings are fun and varied. I have to say part of the attraction was choosing which one to color. After a few days I have also realized that I appreciate the fact that there are some images that require a bit more time and are perfect when I want to truly unwind and take a relaxing break, while there are others that are perfect for a break between phone calls, waiting for a meeting or having a bite to eat.
In both instances I am happy that I can end up with a finished product. Very satisfying! I do recommend … full review
Paperback Preschool Activity Books: Fun Big Workbook for Toddler age 2-4
Paperback Mythical Mermaids – Fantasy Adult Coloring Book (Fantasy Coloring by Selina) (Volume 8)
I’ve been on the look out for a coloring book like this one! This coloring book has great illustrations of underwater critters. Drawings are great. Each page contains a simple drawing that is large, adorable and easy to color, making for a great early or first coloring book.
I have had a very hard time finding coloring books that meet my criteria: I maintain a low media household, Waldorf inspired, montessori and RIE informed play environment and routine, and am always looking out for toys, coloring books, etc.
that aren’t part of some mass media commercial marketing scheme like Disney, Pixar, etc.We go for simple, open-ended toys mostly, and I am exceedingly happy with this line of coloring books that feature animals drawn cartoonishly enough to engage very little kids and provide easy coloring spaces while at the same time representing the animals realistically enough that .
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Awesome coloring book. The images are large with plenty of room for kids to use their imagination. Fun pictures, thick pages – he’s even used watercolor paint on it! Excellent buy – I highly recommend it!
It never crossed my mind buying a coloring book. My two sons an I live in different countries. So when we were together down in Sao Paulo, Brazil, my oldest soon bought us each an Enchanted Forest coloring book.
It was great fun spending evenings at the kitchen table with all of us just getting lost in the coloring books while catching up. Truly enjoyed!NOTE: The coloring book itself is good. The designs are very whimsical.
Lots of leaves to color! Works well with coloring pencils and gel pens, although I wish the pages were a bit thicker. When using gel pens don’t let them rest to long on the paper, it may bleed to the next design.
Life Under The Sea: Ocean Kids Coloring Book (Super Fun Coloring Books For Kids) (Volume 28)
This is a coloring book of individual sea creatures, not complete ocean scenes. The drawings are cute, cartoon like and varied, very similar to the front cover. Get the free kindle version for a preview of the coloring pages.
Paperback Unicorns Are Jerks: A Coloring Book Exposing the Cold, Hard, Sparkly Truth
I recently finished my first fold-out kind of coloring book (by another publisher) and having enjoyed that one so much, I decided to try out the really long fold-out design by artist Sarah Yoon. This coloring book unfolds in a continuous sheet to a full fifteen feet long.
The ocean background is pre-colored in a light to deep green (it gets darker as you get closer to the bottom.) The actual designs are black lines on white. I found that the pages are a little to maneuver unless you have a really big area in which you color.
I found that folding the pages the opposite direction from the way they came also helped keep the fold-out manageable.The design concept is a long tower that reaches from a ship at the surface of the ocean down to the ocean floor.
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Sharks of the World Coloring Book (Dover Nature Coloring Book)
Ocean Designs Adult Coloring Book (31 stress-relieving designs) (Studio)
Paperback Adult Coloring Book: Beach Vacation: Fun and Relaxing Seashore Designs
Paperback Ivy and the Inky Butterfly: A Magical Tale to Color
“A Coloring Book for an Older Child” – By Gwen Nicodemus (Broomfield, Colorado)
Underwater Ocean Coloring Book: Fish and Sea Life! (Super Fun Coloring Books For Kids)
Paperback Ultimate Sticker Book: Frozen (Ultimate Sticker Books)
Paperback Mermaids: A Mermaid Coloring Book with Mythical Ocean Goddesses, Enchanting Sea Life, and Lost Fantasy Realms (Mermaid Gifts for Relaxation)
Paperback Creative Haven Sea Life Color by Number Coloring Book (Adult Coloring)
“Low-media household? Commercial-free childhood? Here’s your line of coloring books.” – By SweetDiscordia
Paperback Secret Garden: An Inky Treasure Hunt and Coloring Book
Paperback Life Under The Sea: Ocean Kids Coloring Book (Super Fun Coloring Books For Kids) (Volume 28)
Paperback Ocean Coloring Book: An Adult Coloring Book with Cute Tropical Fish, Beautiful Sea Creatures, and Relaxing Underwater Scenes (Ocean Gifts)
Paperback Magical Jungle: An Inky Expedition and Coloring Book for Adults
Whales and Dolphins Coloring Book (Dover Nature Coloring Book)
This book has been a lot of fun. With the whole coloring books for adults thing taking off, my wife and I decided to try it out. I picked this book up for myself. There’s about 35 pages, and they’re all double-sided so you’ve got around 70 pages to color.
The paper quality seems very nice. Much better than something like printer paper. It has a cardstock feel to it, and it grabs the pigment from the pencils very well.There are also many “hidden items” throughout the book, which adds another little level of fun.
I haven’t colored this artist’s other books (Secret Garden or Enchanted Forest), so I can’t speak to how this book compares to those two, but this book has been very enjoyable for me so far.In regards to the pencils used.
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I never would’ve guessed my friend and neighbor, who drives a bulldozer for a living, would be the type to sit down with a coloring book but his colorings are beautiful and not juvenile at all. And he says, which also never occurred to me, that coloring is very relaxing.
I never saw it that way as a kid but looking back, I guess coloring was actually relaxing. I’m very impressed with his, what I’m gonna call, artwork. He’s somewhat picky about what he wants to color. The more detail in a pic to color, the better.
And he’s been very satisfied with the books I picked out for his birthday. He loves that the art of each of the pics to color is so detailed. He has bragged about my choices and so has anyone else who he’s bragged to that I picked them out.
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Paperback Adult Coloring Book: Island Dreams: Vacation, Summer and Beach: Dream and Relax with Gorgeous Illustrations
Adult Coloring Books: The OCEAN: Beach Coloring Book For Adults
This is one of three coloring books I bought for my granddaughter, and the only color-by-number book. There are tons of detail in each picture, but the number guidelines make it really easy to choose the right colors.
This is a great book for a beginner to learn blending techniques, and to gain some confidence before moving on to unnumbered pictures, or free-style drawing. I will say that the numbers are really small, and I had to use a magnifying glass with the page I was coloring.
But my granddaughter didn’t have any problems seeing them, and she kept laughing at me as I picked up my magnifying glass every minute, or so. Pages are perforated so they can be easily torn out of the book, which is especially nice if you’ll be sharing.
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