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Coloring Books New Releases – January 2017

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Coloring Books New Releases – January 2017

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It seems so odd to be typing “January 2017” …I    feel like this date should be months away yet but it’s only weeks!   Where has the time gone?

Without further ado let’s get to the new releases before Santa’s sleigh wizzes over me 🙂

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 …..

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Adult Coloring Book

I know fans of the cult tv show, Buffy are bursting with excitement waiting for this coloring book to  hit the shelves!    The book has already achieved best seller status in its category on Amazon without being released  yet!  There is not long to wait though with Buffy the coloring book due for release on 17 January 2017.

Pages:  96

In the US you can buy it here

Anatomy and Physiology Coloring Workbook: A Complete Study Guide (12th Edition)

These educational and coloring books are very popular with medical, nursing students and other health professionals.     There are a number of these coloring workbooks published, so if you or someone you know, is studying these subjects they might like the combined workbook, coloring activities and quizzes for studying.

 

Pages 416

In the US you can buy it here

The Coloring Book of Cards and Envelopes: A Year of Celebrations

I fell in love with the Nosy Crow cards and envelopes this year when I purchased the Christmas themed cards and envelopes.    This new book contains 36 cards for different occasions and something handy to have for Valentines day cards,  birthdays, get well cards among others.

In the US you can buy it here

The Peter Rabbit Coloring Book: A Classic Editions Coloring Book**

I adore rabbits and Beatrix Potter so this coloring book is a match made in heaven for me!   It is marketed for children but I’m a big kid 🙂

Pages 32

In the US you can buy here

True Love: A Romantic Coloring Adventure

This lovely Japanese coloring book featuring Lulu the cow has been imprinted as an English edition.  If you want to take a peek at the original Japanese coloring book you can see it here under its original title of Romantic Journey.

Pages: 68

In the US you can purchase True Love here 🙂

The Velveteen Rabbit Coloring Book: A Classic Editions Coloring Book

This classic story has now been illustrated as a coloring book for adults and children to enjoy.

Pages 48

In the US you can buy it here

Frank Lloyd Wright Coloring Postcards

Fans of  architect Frank Lloyd Wright can now enjoy this master designer from a different perspective by adding color to some of his creations. There are 16 cards to color in the pack.

In the US you can buy here

Bold Springtime to Color

The lovely Eleri Fowler is back with another coloring book to celebrate the seasons and nature.

Pages 96

In the US you can buy here

Classical Sculpture in Color: An Adult Colouring Book

Color your way through famous sculptures through the ages.  If  I had to think about it, I would have assumed that most sculptures were either bronze or white marble, depending on the materials of the day.  However, the artist advises that sculptures were brightly colored,  and you now have the opportunity to recreate this effect or color as you wish.

Pages 90

In the US you can buy here

Happy coloring x

Lea

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coloringqueen

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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4 Comments

  • Great books for January! And it’s true: Greek and Roman sculptures (and temples) were brightly colored. (I study Greek and Latin at university)

    • So much to love about January coloring book wise! Thank you for confirming the colored sculptures! I had never heard of this despite traveling to Greece 🙁 One of the greatest things about coloring books, besides the beautiful illustrations and the lovely colored interpretations is learning all these new things! Happy coloring x

  • The variety of coloring books is awsome..Peter Rabbit to Buufy to architecture to sculpture. “We have come a long way baby”

    Thank you Lea for your “sometimes for everyone ” reviews.
    Connie

    • Isn’t it fantastic! There’s a coloring book for every type of taste and budget. I love having so much choice (although I wish I had a larger budget lol) Happy coloring x