Just Add Color: Day of the Dead: thevapyrwithin
The Mindfulness Coloring Book: lesadora
The Shakti Coloring Books: LJ Dogsmom
Congratulations and happy colouring!
One thing you should know if you are new to this little blog is that I am Canadian, and we toss the letter "u" around like confetti on New Year's Eve. We especially like it cozied up to the letter "o" in particular. This post is titled correctly. However, these next books to give away...they look a bit naked without the "u" in their title.
In this case, they are in fact naked, and waiting on your hands to fill them. (This is sounding naughtier than I planned.) Colouring books for grown ups are all the rage of late, but I have been squirreling away my nieces old books for years. When I can't turn my mind off, when meditation just doesn't work, I dig out something to keep my hands busy for a while. There is an entire market springing up around adult colouring books, though there are differing opinions on whether colouring is truly therapeutic. Why not try it, and decide for yourself?
I have three different colouring books for you to play with:
(You will also get your choice of classic Crayolas or pencil crayons)
Just Add Color: Day of the Dead - from Sarah Walsh, published by Rockport Publishers
The Mindfulness Coloring Book by Emma Farrarons, published by Boxtree
The Shakti Coloring Book by Ekabhumi Charles Ellik, published by Sounds True
If you want to get your colouring on, leave a comment below, making sure there is a way for me to contact you if you win (linked comment or email address). You have until Friday, October 16th at 6pm Pacific. If there is a book that calls to you, let me know and I'll see what I can do about matching up winners and their choices.
As always, here are the rules/legal bits.
Thanks for playing!
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