Five Colouring Books recommended by Rainne

Love this post by Rainne sharing five of her favourite colouring books. I own a copy of the ‘Fantasy Snowflakes’ Book by J.S.Burke very highly recommended

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Five colouring books from my bookshelf

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Fantasy Snowflakes Coloring Book


Fantasy Snowflakes Coloring Book

by J. S. Burke

A lovely companion book to author J.S. Burke‘s Dragon Dreamer series.

These original snowflake designs are created from animals and plants, with a nature theme. There are pictures to colour, and ornaments to colour and cut out, and each page has some information about the design.

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Fantasy Creatures Colouring Book

Fantasy Creatures Colouring Book

by Meg Cowley

Colouring book from the author of the Relic Guardians series, The Books of Caledan Trilogy and Chronicles of Pelenor series, Meg Cowley.

The book is filled with pictures of fantasy creatures, like  faeries, unicorns, dragons and centaurs.

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by Kerby Rosanes

Each page in this book is filled with weird and wonderful pictures from the imagination of Kerby Rosanes.

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The Calligrapher's Colouring Book

The Calligrapher’s Colouring Book

by Renee Chin

Each page features a letter, number or punctuation mark…

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Don’t be bored, get board (books!)

#ChildrensBooks Check out this blog for some great ideas for books to share with younger children. Board books are so sturdy they last a long time.

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Library Girl and Book Boy

I’ve been sent a treasure trove of beautiful board books recently. Some are wonderful new editions of classics and some are brand new. We all know the benefits of starting the bedtime story habit with babies – bonding time, language acquisition, fun! So whether you’re looking for a new bedtime read or buying a gift for a little one, there’s sure to be something amongst this selection to entice you…

The Gruffalo Baby range by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler (Macmillan Children’s Books) 

Thisyear, Macmillanarecelebratingthe20thanniversaryofthemodernchildren’s  classic, TheGruffalo.  They’vecreatedanewrangewhichistheperfectintroductiontothecharactersandsoundsofTheGruffalo

D666F004-C990-4132-9D29-17AF04489EE2There’s a teeny buggy book, ‘Gruffalo, What Can You Hear?,’ designed to clip onto the buggy frame for little ones to enjoy on the move. Explore the sounds…

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