Monday, July 4, 2016

Review - God Bless America: A Patriotic Coloring Book

Multnomah; 80 pages; $14.99; Amazon

I wasn't originally going to write a 4th of July themed post. However, I received a copy of God Bless America: A Patriotic Coloring Book on Thursday, so I thought it would make a great post to celebrate Independence Day.

Published by Multnomah, God Bless America is an 80 page adult coloring books featuring 37 illustrations that celebrates the United States of America by talented artists (Holly Camp, Christina J. Culver, Debroah Gregg, Bridget Hurley, Joseph Marsh, Melinda B. Shiflet, Lisa Shirk, and Jennifer Tucker).

Accompanying each illustration is either a short biography on a historical figure or a small article on explaining whatever historical event goes with the picture (illustration).

Final Thoughts: Being new to the whole adult coloring book craze, I've been a little selective on what coloring books I want to try out. Many of the ones I've seen the stores are too abstract for my taste. All the illustrations in this coloring book are simple, but very detailed at the same time. Some of the pictures are very easy to color, while others are a little more difficult. Overall, God Bless America is a beautiful coloring book that should easily appeal to wide variety of people, young and old.

*Disclaimer - I received a complimentary copy in exchange for my unbiased review. All opinions are my own.

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