Non-Fiction | 31 July 2015Fun with Coloring Books Share article facebook twitter google pinterest Coloring books have been all the craze lately – and not just for kids! With intricate patterns and sophisticated subject matter, adult coloring books offer a beautiful way to unwind, and have been flying off the shelves. Not only is coloring a great way for adults to relax, but it’s also a great activity to share with the kids. Color from your own separate books, or snuggle up and share a picture. Any way you shade it, coloring together is sure to be a good time! Field Guide: Creatures Great and Small holds charms for adults and kids alike, and proves ideal for sharing with its nice, big pages (just think of all the elbow room!). Lucy Engelman’s gorgeous, detailed illustrations provide a creative challenge for more sophisticated readers, and the interesting animal facts are a great way to learn with the little ones. Featuring more than 250 species, Field Guide: Creatures Great and Small runs the gamut of the animal kingdom from the African Red Butterfly to the Komodo Dragon. Each coloring template has a species key on its reverse so you can learn about the animals as you color them in, but don’t be afraid to give the Blue Whale a splash of pink – coloring is meant to be creative after all! Check out a couple of the gorgeous coloring templates and discover some new animal species in the sneak peek below: Excerpted from Field Guide: Creatures Great and Small Butterflies have large wings for flight, with beautiful patterns and colors that are helpful in attracting a mate or when used as camouflage. Deep-sea and primitive fish are some of the most ancient species in the world. They have large jaws, sharp teeth, and organs that give out light so they can see in the deep. Creatures great and small can be reptile, mammal, bird, or fish. These incredible, record-breaking animals demonstrate the spectacular diversity to be found on our planet. Buy from an Online Retailer In North America: Share article facebook twitter google pinterest If you have any comments on this article please contact us or get in touch via social media.