Color inside the lines, grownups

by ParentCo. May 06, 2015

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You probably know that coloring books for grownups are a thing. Actually, they're very popular thing. Johanna Basford’s grownup coloring books the "Secret Garden" and the "Enchanted Forest" have together sold nearly 2 million copies. Over on Brit & Co, Adrienne Leonard brings our attention to Coloring for Grown-Ups by POYKPAC. It "hilariously combines the mindless fun of children's coloring books with the mind-numbing realities of modern adult life." Coloring for Grown-Ups Read more on Brit + Co: This Funny Coloring Book for Adults Mocks Grown-Up Life


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