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Well, not exactly reading but look what I got today

(7 Posts)
iklboo Fri 02-Sep-16 20:09:49

But part of me doesn't want to colour it in (which defeats the object, I know).

smile

I have Harry Potter and Pride and Prejudice so far. Have done some colouring in, but it did seem a bit of a shame!

Allalonenow Sat 03-Sep-16 19:07:11

Oohh you lucky thing ikl !

I want one now!

TheEternalForever Mon 21-Nov-16 16:37:23

I have the Harry Potter ones too! And a BBC Sherlock one. You can always photocopy the pages and colour in the photocopies like I'm prone to doing if you don't want to risk ruining the actual books

HappydaysArehere Mon 21-Nov-16 22:44:23

Haven't seen these before. Do they contain the whole book? Or is it just colouring in?

TheEternalForever Tue 22-Nov-16 11:20:24

HappydaysArehere

They're just colouring books. They're not the actual stories but they have pictures related to the books/tv show etc etc and you just colour them in smile

HappydaysArehere Tue 22-Nov-16 19:51:41

Thank you for the explanation. I expect it is as therapeutic as I find drawing and painting. Apparently, it is because you are using the non verbal side of your brain. There is a well known book called "Drawing On The Right Side Of the Brain" which explains this and shows how drawing can develop. Hope you have a lovely, calming, productive time with your books.

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