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The Existential Coloring Book is packed to the gills with animal-people paired with dark quotes from philosophers and other people worried about the essential dark unknowability of the universe. Also, activities! From an existential connect-the-dots to a page where you can draw what Kierkegaard is thinking about, you'll be sighing with joy as you work on them. This looks like a coloring book for kids, but it's probably not a good idea to give it to one. This twenty-four page, 8" x 10-1/4" book is a great gift for philosophy majors or anyone else overwhelmed with a feeling of hopelessness. Features quotes from existential thinkers, mysterious pictures to color and mildly depressing activities.




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This coloring book by Karen Sue Chen includes 37 original detailed illustrations inspired by the wonders of nature, from flowers to plants to animals. All the pages are printed on one side of the page only, so you won't have to worry about any bleedthrough. And with nearly 700 reviews giving it an average rating of 4.6 stars out of 5, this book clearly has some fans.


If you're the kind of person who gets stressed out choosing a color palette, look no further than this "color by number" book by Brain Games. Each intricate design comes with a color key, and pages are perforated for easy removal.


Love drawing patterns? You'll adore this "zentangle" "workout" book by Sandy Bartholomew. It includes over 60 tangle designs, plus tips and techniques for shading and curving, and additional projects and exercises to strengthen your pattern-making skills.


Let yourself get lost in the elaborately detailed designs of Melpomeni Chatzipanagiotou's coloring book Circle of Life. The circular designs in this book pay homage to the circle of life and include animals from sky to land to sea.


Another option inspired by the joys of zentangle, this book by Angela Porter combines flowers, stars, and geometric shapes for a unique coloring experience. Pages are perforated and printed on one side only for easy display, and at less than $5, it's a super-affordable option.


Love the captivating designs of mandalas? How about a coloring book with 125 of them that you can design to your liking? With everything from stained-glass mandalas to classic mandalas to gemstone mandalas, there's something for everyone in this captivating coloring book.


For the nature lover, this adult coloring book by Olympia Soares includes 60 designs featuring tons of different animals, all printed on one side of quality paper for no bleedthrough. And as a bonus, this company also gives 10% of its profits to impoverished families in Romania.


If you're fascinated by the geometrical patterns of the universe, this coloring book by Alex Bellos is right up your alley. Explore the sacred geometry of our reality while relaxing at the same time! One happy reviewer writes, "Been under a lot of stress lately, and man does this book take the edge off."


Another great coloring book option if you're into geometrical patterns and the math of our universe, The Golden Ratio Coloring Book by Steve Richards explores the Fibonacci sequence found all throughout our world. It even includes some explanations of the math if you really want to geek out.


For the most whimsical among us, consider the Luna coloring book by Maria Trolle. It includes beautiful designs ranging from fairies in gardens to moonlit forests and other magical scenes. It also has over 550 Amazon reviews with an average rating of 4.8/5 stars, tying it with Circle of Life as the top-rated book on the list.


Last but certainly not least, this coloring and activity book is perfect for spiritual folks looking to tap into their creativity. Design themes range from astrology to goddesses to more esoteric themes like crystal balls and palm reading. It also includes fun activities like word searches and mazes, for hours of fantastical fun.


Bowley's first word of advice for getting started coloring? Just get started! "Like so many things that are beneficial to our well-being, finding the inspiration to begin is often the hardest part," she explains. "However, when it comes to art-making, getting in motion is also the quickest way to reconnect to the very inspiration we seek."


Before sitting down with your book, Bowley says it can be nice to set the mood in whatever way works for you. Perhaps you light a candle, put on some music you love, or move your body in a way that feels nourishing. Go for anything that helps you drop into your body and prepare to let the creativity flow!


Making art in all its forms is such a wonderful way to let loose and de-stress, all while crafting something beautiful. If you're ready to get started creating, these adult coloring books are all blank canvases ready for your personal stamp.


Coloring and coloring books have always been popular with children, but over the years, adults have gotten more and more involved with coloring. Obviously, adult coloring is now a huge trend. Many find that it is not only fun but also a great way to reduce stress.


Coloring books also make great gifts all year long. When someone visits, be sure to leave a coloring book and colors in the guest room for downtime. At the office, keep a variety of books in the breakroom for co-workers to fill up.


Go find a coloring party near you or participate online. Spend some time coloring with your friends, children, or grandchildren or by yourself. Enjoy the creativity of making a picture come to life. Download the official #NationalColoringBookDay 2021 color page.


Dover Publications created National Coloring Book Day in May 2015. Founded in 1941, Dover Publications leads the way. Dover released their first coloring book for adults, Antique Automobiles Coloring Book, in 1970. Dover now publishes Creative Haven, a popular line of coloring books specially designed for adult colorists.


Unlike traditional paper coloring books, Coloring Book for Grown-Ups allows you to zoom in and out using the zoom buttons on the right side of the screen or your mouse wheel. Not happy with your color palette selection or where you placed a color? No problem. The adult coloring book allows you to reset and recolor your painting as many times as you like each day. Use the eyedropper tool on the bottom left of the screen to quickly grab a color you used previously.


With no high score to beat or countdown clock, you can take your time each day to explore a range of color palettes that will perfectly match your creative vision. Not happy with your progress? When it comes to creating masterpieces in an adult coloring book, online versions make it easy to start over.


Coloring books are no longer just for kids. Their popularity has increased in recent years among adults. Many find that coloring books are a fun outlet to focus the mind, activate creativity, and add beauty to the world. In fact, adult coloring books can even help people clear their minds, soothe their soul, and promote overall mental health. The added benefit of online coloring books is taking them with you wherever you go. When you color online, you never need to worry about sharpening a colored pencil or a pen losing ink. It's also so easy to zoom in on the details and fill in colors without worrying about going outside the lines. Lastly, when using coloring books online, you can easily show off your painting to friends and family in a convenient digital file.


Hey Kids! The Union Pacific Coloring Book shares fun facts about America's favorite railroad -- from its history to its role in Building America. Along the way learn why locomotives are so cool along with some important safety facts. Just print out the PDF and start coloring!


In the mid-1800s over 300,000 people embarked on an epic journey to a new life in Oregon. Discover your own Oregon Trail adventure with this interactive activity and coloring book. Follow along the trail to experience pioneer life and learn about the real-life remnants you can visit along the Oregon Trail. This activity book is perfect for your family's Oregon road trip or for use as an educational tool. The activities in the book are ideal for a fourth grade curriculum, but fun for all ages!


You can download the full activity book for free and print it at home for instant access! Print the whole book or pick and choose your favorite pages; there are are lots of different activities to choose from. Download may take several minutes - please be patient.


  • A Court of Thorns and Roses Coloring BookGeneral InformationAuthorSarah J. MaasIllustratorsCharlie Bowater

  • Yvonne Gilbert

  • Craig Phillips

  • John Howe

GenreAdult Coloring BookRelease DateMay 2, 2017SeriesA Court of Thorns and Roses seriesPages96PublisherBloomsbury PublishingWebsiteSarahjmaas.com A Court of Thorns and Roses Coloring Book is an adult coloring book based on the first three books of the series. It was released on May 2, 2017, the same day as A Court of Wings and Ruin.[1]


The Vilcek Foundation honors diversity in STEM through the Vilcek Prizes and Vilcek Prizes for Creative Promise in Biomedical Science, and the Vilcek-Gold Award for Humanism in Healthcare. These awards recognize the contributions of immigrants to scientific research and discovery, and to medicine and healthcare in the United States. All of the women featured in the book are not only important women leaders in STEM, they are immigrants to the United States who have been recognized by the Vilcek Foundation.


The Coloring Book is 47 black and white line-art versions of the illustrations, presented in a 215x285mm book with matte laminated cover (for protection), thick interior paper and perfect binding.


Though the craze for coloring books for grown-ups has recently drawn many adults back to a hobby that had been seen as something for kids, it turns out that adult coloring books are actually how the whole concept started.


By 1962, adult coloring books were the subject of a New York Times trend piece. Other hits from the period included a 1962 coloring book by Mort Drucker about President John F. Kennedy, which was the New York Times # 1 bestseller for 14 weeks, and the John Birch Coloring Book, which was not approved by the John Birch Society and poked fun at conspiracy theories. The Washington Post even reported on a doctor using a specially designed coloring book as a diagnostic tool for psychological disorders in 1963. Most coloring books, even adult ones, were not as controversial as the Black Panther Coloring Book, which was condemned by the Panther leaders and encouraged violence against police. The denunciation notwithstanding, 1,000 copies were printed, apparently by a FBI infiltrator, and the pamphlet featured at a House Committee on Internal Security hearing in 1970. Dover, a publishing company that supports the designation of Wednesday as National Coloring Book Day, has been producing adult coloring books for decades. 041b061a72


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