Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Calming Dot to Dot

Calming Dot to Dot
Emily Wallis
Coloring isn't the only stress reliever that adults can now turn to. The artist/author of this book has created some of the most intricate, beautiful dot to dot pictures I've ever seen. Each one can be traced and then colored if the person desires. The pictures vary with a variety of animals, people, buildings, and nature. Each page is on a heavy duty paper that won't bleed should you choose to use markers. The bendable cover and smaller shape makes this a great book for slipping into a purse or book bag to use during those inevitable wait times.

I loved the pictures and the smaller design that made this more relaxing and allowed me to focus. There is a brief instructional description of the book at the beginning that was also helpful to how the author/artist intended the book to be used. This would make a great gift, but I personally intend to keep my copy.

I received this book free of charge from Ulysses Press in exchange for my honest review.

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