Indicates designs are printed on only one side of each page in the book.
The Absurd Coloring Activity Book for Adults: Maniacal Confessions of J.A. Early Riser & T.J. Crayons
Publisher: self-published through CreateSpace
Number of designs: 43
Creative Haven Chinese Designs (Creative Haven Coloring Books)
Publisher: Dover Publications
Number of designs: 31
The Coloring Cafe: A Coloring Book for Grown-Up Girls
Publisher: RJ Smart Publishing
Number of designs: 48
Coloring Dream Mandalas: 30 Hand-drawn Designs for Mindful Relaxation
Publisher: Ulysses Press
Number of designs: 30
Vegebook: A Curious Coloring Book for Peculiar People
Number of designs: 34
by Lucy Fyles
Today, I’m very pleased to welcome Lucy, a member of my Facebook group, to my blog as a guest reviewer. Lucy reviews books specifically for those suffering from mental illness. Lucy is able to bring a unique viewpoint to this target group, as both a person who suffers from her own severe anxiety disorder, and as someone who has worked with psychiatric inpatients. You can read Lucy’s blog for more information, or connect with her through Facebook.
To start us out, Lucy brings us her thoughts on two books specifically written with a therapy focus: Color me Calm and Color Me Happy by art therapist Lacy Mucklow and artist Angela Porter. Let’s hear it, Lucy!