Grandmas have been coloring with their grandkids since the dawn of crayons, but never before has a coloring book been made specifically for this purpose. In the stunningly beautiful and innovative Color with Me, Grandma!, you can easily color side by side with your grandchild and create a beautiful scene together (you take one page, and your grandchild gets the opposite page). Featuring fifty incredible artworks divided into kid-friendly chapters, such as Imagination, Fun, and Relationships, artist Hannah Davies has created a whimsical coloring journey that grandmas and kids will love to color . . . together.
With advice from the popular family therapist Jasmine Narayan Psy.D., you can learn the best ways to connect with your grandchild through coloring, conversation starters for kids who don't easily share their feelings, and how to keep the conversation going.
Quality time counts, and this is the perfect book for grandmothers (or moms) who love to color and spend time with their kids.
Hannah Davies is an award-winning freelance illustrator living and working by the seaside in Wales, UK. Patterns and hand drawn elements are combined in Hannah's designs to create something new and unique. She works by layering together her own textile patterns, colored papers, watercolors, and ink drawings. She is also fascinated by microscopic patterns and the extraordinary level of detail they can display. Her style is best described as fine, decorative, dreamy, and full of whimsical detail. You can see more of Hannah's work at www.hannah-designs.com.
Jasmine Narayan Psy.D. is a Licensed Psychologist who attained her doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the University of Hartford whwere she received specialized training in child and adolescent psychology. She is also a co-founder of Family Guiding Psychological Services, an organization that effectively serves individuals and families from diverse backgrounds through psychotherapy, consultation, and online resources. Narayan is passionate about helping children and adolescents who struggle with emotional regulation, aggressive/impulsive behavior, ADHD, depression, anxiety, and trauma. She also works with families drawing on positive parenting techniques and behavioral theory to help parents reduce problematic behaviors and increase loving, peaceful, and authentic connections with their children. Narayan is also a huge proponent of creativity. She recently discovered the meditative art form, Zentangle. This coloring book is the culmination of her professional and creative interests.