Coloring for All Seasons: Spring by River Groves Books
Synopsis:“With the coming of spring, I am calm again.”
– Gustav Mahler
Spring is that captivating time of year when the days get longer, the weather gets warmer, and plants come alive again. All across the globe, people shed their winter coats and step outside to celebrate this season with festivities and a collective appreciation of nature.
Coloring is a meditative pastime that has been proven to help practitioners focus and relax. By concentrating on specific patterns and hues, coloring can unlock creative potential and help alleviate stress. Each step of the way, from the initial choice of which shades to use to the soothing act of filling in each design, Coloring for All Seasons: Spring is an invitation to unwind.
We have carefully selected forty-six plates of spring flowers, butterflies, and animals to help immerse you fully in the season. Seasoned meditation practitioners and beginners alike will rejoice in Coloring for All Seasons: Spring. So grab your crayons, pencils, or markers and prepare to find a sense of inner calm. Within these pages of detailed patterns and inspiring beauty, we invite you to add some color to your world!
Review: 96 pages of beautiful floral and spring inspired images creates a beautiful and stress-relieving experience for the adult who still enjoys coloring pages. The images range from simple to detailed, from patterned pages to pieces that you could easily hang in your home. Some pages include quotes about spring from authors like William Shakespeare and Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. I got an eCopy of this book to review for Netgalley, but viewing all of the different pages to color definitely wets my appetite to actually color on its pages, so I will definitely pick up a copy.