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The Usborne Book of Drawing, Doodling and Coloring for Christmas (Activity Books) Paperback – June, 2010
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'This book is packed full of wonderful inspirational pages of snowmen, gingerbread houses, elves, penguins, three wise men and so much more. Whether you fancy creating something out of nothing, or just creating snowmen faces, this book has it all' - Five Minutes Peace Blog; 'The book includes a fantastic range of pictures that you need to either colour in or draw/doodle on and I can guarantee there is something in there for everyone - Santa, snowmen, reindeer, elves and even angels, if it makes you think of Christmas you'll find it in here somewhere.You don't have to be an expert at drawing and the pictures will appeal to boys and girls of all ages and abilities... This really would make an idea Christmas present or book to buy to entertain the whole family in the run up to Christmas' - Sarah's Book Reviews; 'The most delightful activity book' - The Bookette --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
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N.B. I bought this with the Mr. Sketch thin markers, and the receiver of this gift is a lady in her 50's.
It stimulates your imagination and gives you opportunities to be creative. It's not just for kids.
I was so excited when I received this, that I started coloring in it straight away.
It works with my faber castell pit artist coloring markers but not the copic markers. Copics bleed through this paper. The paper is quite thick, but only my faber castells don't bleed through them. I haven't tested this with other markers.
It would be even more perfect if I could use my Copics and if the book had more pages. But it's awesome already.
The pictures could be appropriate for boys and girls. But I think that it seems catered more to girls than boys.