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Teacher Life: A Snarky Chalkboard Coloring Book (Humorous Coloring Books For Grown- Ups) Paperback – May 8, 2016
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The paper is solid. It isn't cardstock, but sturdier than your traditional paper. They're all backed so none of the childhood struggles of "if I frame this side, then no one can see that side"
A lot of them have the traditional coloring book elements: swirls, flowers, etc. But some are just bold print with fun phrases.
I was a little bummed that she liked it because I was looking forward to coloring in some of these.
Anyway, I thought this would be a funny alternate to our usual nature and geometric design coloring books. It's hysterical! It's a "chalk board" book, so it has much less to color and less detail on each page. But it comes with both "snarky" slogans and some inspirational phrases too. They're designed as if they are written on the chalkboard, so not the usual flowers, swirls, and woodland creature themed coloring pages.
The book is 8x11, which you want to pay attention to because many of the other coloring books in this price range are not--they make em smaller to save money, which is annoying. And, there are quite a few pages, which is another thing companies will try to rip you off with.
The drawings are great quality. And creative. I'm quite impressed. I highly recommend this for any educator. It would make A great gift too.
I was able to purchase this item exchange for my honest and unbiased review information so you can determine whether or not this product is right for you. I try to keep in mind the average price to the consumer and value the item accordingly rather then based on what they paid for it. Happy shopping!