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The Little Book of Colouring: On Safari

By Amber Anderson

  • Paperback
  • £7.99

A new series of pocket-sized, beautiful colouring books to help busy men and women unlock their creativity and find peace in an increasingly frantic world.

Filled with intricate illustrations and uplifting quotes, keep these little books in your handbag or by your bedside so you can colour yourself happy, whatever the time of day.

It is impossible to close the cover on these books without feeling calmer and more inspired than when your opened them. Printed on top-quality paper, each of these pocket-sized volumes is packed with uplifting affirmations and over forty stunning illustrations of animals you would encounter on safari, from elephants to antelopes. This book will help you relax, de-stress and kickstart creativity.

Other titles in the Little Book of Colouring series: In Bloom, Animal Kingdom, Tropical Paradise, Into the Deep, Patterns, Jungle Adventure and Wild Woodland.

Biographical Notes

Amber Anderson is a freelance illustrator from London, UK. Her work is almost always highly intricate, she enjoys capturing a sense of nostalgia and unusual environments in her illustrations. Some of her past projects include illustrating board games, shop interiors, clothing and accessories as well as working in commercial settings. She enjoys focusing her work on illustrating products, that people can use and enjoy.

  • Other details

  • ISBN: 9781786480767
  • Publication date: 07 Apr 2016
  • Page count: 96
  • Imprint: Quercus
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