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Coloring Books New Releases – February 2017

My monthly round up of the coloring books to be released that I am looking forward to

Coloring Books  New Releases –  February 2017

It seems like only yesterday I was thinking of  Christmas coloring books and now the end of January is approaching and it’s time to think about the new coloring books being released in February.

February is the month of love,   Valentines Day is around the corner.     Although there are some “love” based coloring books on the market,  I am bypassing the “love theme” for coloring books in favor of books that can be enjoyed happily year round.

This is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all coloring books being released. Bear in mind, that there are hundreds and hundreds of books being released every month. I cannot possibly keep up with all of them!

This list of new releases is only books that have taken my fancy, and that I think that you may like as well. Due to the high cost of postage for most readers, this list will usually not include International releases.

Many of these books I will be reviewing as part of my coloring book reviews. Those books will marked with an ** after the title.

Please also bear in mind that different countries often have different publication dates. Something may be released in the US earlier than in the UK or vice versa.

If you know of a new release that you think I may be interested in leave a comment in the comments area below

Let’s go …..

Princess and Fairy Coloring Book

Fans of Japanese Illustrator Tomoko  Tashiro may be pleased to see that Lark Crafts are releasing an English edition of this popular Japanese coloring book.   You can see my review of  the Japanese Edition of  Princess and Fairy Coloring Book here.   Tomoko draws with a fine and delicate  hand and her illustrations are filled with detail.


In the US you can buy  it here.

Dragon Age Adult Coloring Book

If you are a fan of the Dragon Age game you might like  to color in the Official Dragon Age coloring book for adults.     There are 45 illustrations of characters and scenes from the game included in the book.

Pages: 96

In the US you can buy it here.

Adorable Animals Grayscale Coloring Book

Artist Jane Maday has her cute little animals drawn in grayscale for her grayscale coloring book.   If you are new to coloring, you will pleased that the book also includes step by step instructions on how to color greyscale coloring pages.   Jane often has a number of  tutorials and colored pictures on her Facebook page and website that might inspire you.

Pages: 128

In the US you can buy it here

Super Cute World: A Coloring and Creativity Book

Another super cute animal coloring book from Jane Maday.     If you have not seen my review of  Super Cute Animals you can check it out here.   This will give you an idea of what the cute animals may look like.     This is a follow up book of here previous cute and whimsical take on animals.   In addition, to all the cute bunnies, squirrels and the like that you can color, there are also 15 pages of cut and color projects.  The treats include bookmarks, cards, gift tags and even cupcake wrappers.

Pages: 96

In the US you can buy it here.

My Colorful Town: A Coloring Tour

This is an English imprint from the original Japanese coloring book by  Chiaki Ida.      I have the original book *somewhere* and will review it shortly 🙂     The coloring book is based on a young girl exploring her town and the places there.

Pages: 72

In the US you can buy it here.

Color Your Own Wolverine

Marvel comics have another coloring book comic release this time based on Wolverine.     If  you are fan of Wolverine and love to color then you can combine the fun.

Pages: 120

In the US you can buy it here

Tally Ho!: An Adult Colouring Book for Lovers of All Things British

The latest book in Lizzie Mary Cullen’s cultural journey is based on all things English.      You can enjoy coloring your way around historical and modern day English in Lizzie’s unique style of art.

Pages: 96

In the US you can buy it here

A Million Owls: Fine Feathered Friends to Color

The latest book in “The Million” series and also illustrated by Lulu Mayo.      Lulu draws animals in a cute and whimsical style in wacky situations.  I am sure that this book will continue this style as in the previous books she illustrated in this series –    A Million CatsA Million Dogs and A Million Bears.   I will continue to hope that one day, there will be a Million Bunnies book 🙂

Pages: 64

In the US you can buy it here

The Hobbit Movie Trilogy: Heroes and Villains Coloring Book

If Middle Earth is more your thing Tolkein fans will be delighted with another book in the series.  Tolkein fans will love the fact that the book has been printed on perforated pages so you can easily remove your favorite characters like “Bilbo, Gandalf, Thorin, Tuariel, and Gollum, as well as the other twelve dwarves and iconic creatures such as the hideous Great Goblin and Smaug the Magnificent” for coloring and framing.

Pages: 80

In the US you can buy it here


Fans of  the Colouring Classic series of coloring books will recall the lovely Romeo and Juliet.   This has now been released as a journal as well.  I love these practical coloring projects!

Pages:  144

In the US you can buy it here.

Happy coloring x






About the author


I'm Lea and I love everything to do with coloring! If it is a coloring book, a poster or even a bookmark that you can color in, I'm all over it. Of course, a girl has to have some pencils, markers, gelly rolls, pastels and what not to make those pictures pretty and I love those as well.

Whilst my coloring style lacks skill, I am enthusiastic and focused on enjoying the moment and having fun.

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