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Roger Burrows Images 5: The Ultimate Coloring Experience Paperback – February 4, 2003
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The pages don't copy well--they come out dirty looking because of the yellowish paper. The pages are very thin, NOT suitable for markers, paint or any wet media (the type I use most). At least they are printed one to a page, and the designs would be great, IF the paper quality were even adequate or minimal, or could be copied in white at least, to color out of the book. Do not pay six-plus bucks for this, unless you have money to burn and are buying this for a genius 2 year old with crayons. Maybe a two dollar used copy would be a good value for children to use?
Unfortunately, the designs are the type of complex, 3-D patterns an adult would enjoy most, so I don't understand why they used the worst paper they could find, and then priced it out of range with its actual value. I had all of these versions in my wish list and would have bought every one of them if this one had at least white (or ability to clean copy) pages. The real killer is that it will cost me more to return it and I am out not only the cover price, but postal costs both ways as well.
Do all of the "Roger Burrows Images" (original numbered one through 4) coloring books have such poor quality, thin, non-white scap type paper as this one? If not, let me know and maybe I'll try a different one. The designs in this one are particularly appealing compared to the previous versions by Roger Barrows. The Ultimate Coloring Experience? I think not, unless he means a new ultimate WORST coloring experience. Item cover photo misrepresents this Images 5 book almost to the point of bait and switch technique--show perfectly beautiful, complex designs on brilliant white paper, then inside where a potential online buyer can't truly see, the cheapest medium possible for coloring on.