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Color Cats Book One: Coloring Pages for Adults Paperback – November 6, 2015
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Margaret Gates Root is the founder of the Feline Nutrition Foundation, a non-profit dedicated to educating pet parents about bio-appropriate nutrition for cats. She has a degree in fine arts from UCLA and loves drawing, graphic design and, of course, cats. Find out more at: colorcats.org felinenutritionfoundation.org
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*The pages are single sided (hooray), and the paper is the same as all the other Amazon Createspace-published coloring books. Nice and smooth, but not really thick enough to prevent marker bleed through, or use with water media.
*32 drawings, each about 6x9" centered with a border in the center of the page
*There are several Christmas themed pages, a Halloween page, and a Thanksgiving page.
*Nice little non-cat details on many pages (see my 'sushi' page I uploaded)
If you are a cat lover, I'm sure this book will provide hours of coloring enjoyment!
The designs show cats doing all sorts of stunts that cats really do. As I looked at each image, I could easily say – my cat did that! I especially like the two with the Christmas tree – the box in one is infinitely more interesting than all the toys and in the other – well cats and Christmas trees – need I say more? I am going to have so much fun with this book. My other cat coloring books primarily focus on the cat but in this book, the situations are equally important. I was happy to note this book is named Book 1 as I hope to see more of these adorable cats in the future.
The designs are printed on one side of thin bright white paper. The designs all stop well short of the bound edge with a “framing” line around the design. That way, you won't lose any part of the image if you choose to cut a page out of the book. The binding is glued, so it may be easier to cut off the binding (office supply stores can do this) rather than cut out a page at a time. I was able to break the spine by pushing on it hard and could get the book to lay flat.
All of my markers and gel pens bleed-through on this paper. My coloring pencils go on nicely. I will certainly be using all three in my coloring of these designs, so I will place a heavyweight piece of paper or chipboard under my working page to keep the rest of the book from absorbing any of the ink.
I was provided a free sample copy of this coloring book for test and review purposes.
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