About Insects to Find & Color:
Here is a fun children’s coloring book with pictures of beautiful butterflies and colorful beetles, surrounded by pretty patterns! So there’s no need to look any further! Many real-looking beetles and butterflies are included in this book for kids ages 4-8! All the insects are posed against background patterns called mandalas, most of which look like multi-faceted snowflakes or crystal shapes in a kaleidoscopic viewer, featuring swirling and repeating shapes and tones, or flowers. With lines of great intricacy and beauty these can calm kids! Your child may learn to concentrate better, to improve their pencil grip and their motor skills with a crayon, and better appreciate the beauty of nature. These benefits come without any of the over-emphasis on “coloring within the lines” that makes some coloring books an actual drag on creativity. In fact, most of these pictures contain lines that are shaded lightly enough to be colored over by the artist. Which means the insects can be finished in any color of the rainbow.
Enjoy the features that make this beautiful coloring book special. To begin with, each of its 48 insect illustrations appears on its own separate page, and with black ink on the reverse side just to keep the color from bleeding through onto the next insect’s illustration! (Of course you will still need to avoid using markers that bleed through. We recommend using colored pencils, crayons, and the like.)
This book is packed with the kind of detailed images that will keep your child entertained for hours. Whether you’re generally a fan of insects or not, you’ll find something to enjoy in this book, from the attractive butterflies to the relaxing mandalas.
Readers have raved about this great activity book, calling it ‘fun and challenging’ and ‘the perfect way for children to pass time.’ In fact, this new large-format publication is already one of the top books of its kind.
Get this beautifully illustrated book today, and let the coloring begin.
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Gary Adkins is a writer and editor, and a former journalist, and researcher. He holds a degree in journalism, from the University of Illinois Springfield, and in creative writing, from Hollins University, Virginia. He was previously the legislative correspondent with Illinois Issues magazine, and a director of communications with the Illinois Association of School Boards.