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Color Therapy: An Anti-Stress Coloring Book Hardcover – May 26, Calming Therapy: An Anti-Stress Coloring Book by Hannah Davies Hardcover $ Cindy Wilde, Laura-Kate Chapman, and Richard Merritt are artists living in the UK. Creative Therapy: An Anti-Stress Coloring Book Hardcover – May 26, Color Therapy: An Anti-Stress Coloring Book by Cindy Wilde Hardcover $ Hannah Davies, Richard Merritt, and Jo Taylor are artists living in the UK. download Colour Therapy: An Anti-Stress Colouring Book (Creative Colouring for Grown-ups) by Cindy Wilde, Laura-Kate Chapman, Richard Merritt (ISBN.
I bought this beautiful and unusual book after my dad gave me a copy of its predecessor Art Therapy last summer which instantly became a firm favourite of mine. Colour Therapy Creative Colouring for Grown-Ups is set out slightly differently from Art Therapy and Creative Therapy which have a colouring section at the front and doodling section at the back. Colour therapy has the sections intermingled with each other and the pages are split into 8 different colour sections. The first page includes a colour wheel and describes warm, cold and complementary colours. At the start of each section is a description of the main colour and then the complementary colour that can be used but of course this is only a guide and you can easily use any colour you like. This book truly has worked as therapy for me and I fell in love with it as soon as I opened its pages. There are lots of swirling lines, geometric patterns and abstract shapes but in equal measure there are captivating animals, flowers and scenes all stylised and just begging to be coloured.
Examples of this include the use of coloring books in Guatemala to teach children about hieroglyphs and Mayan artist patterns,  and the production of coloring books to educate the children of farm workers about "the pathway by which agricultural pesticides are transferred from work to home.
They have been used as teaching aids for developing creativity and knowledge of geometry, such as in Roger Burrows ' Altair Designs. Since the s, several publishers have produced educational coloring books intended for studying graduate-level topics such as anatomy and physiology, where color-coding of many detailed diagrams are used as a learning aid. The books often have extensive text accompanying each image.
Health and therapeutic uses[ edit ] Coloring books have seen wide application in the health professions as educational tools. One nurse, trying to limit the trauma of surgery, described in an academic publication how the use of a coloring book "might help [the child] to understand what was going to happen to him.
Coloring books have been used to explain complicated medical conditions to children.
Kennedy Coloring Book, a satirical introduction to Kennedy, his family and administration, told from the point of view of his daughter Caroline. The book sold 2,, copies. Corinne made pencil sketches of female genitalia, which she then inked and printed on card stock. She published a collection of them in as The Cunt Coloring Book. No other name seemed really to fit, although the word "cunt" was not one with which I was particularly comfortable.
The alliteration, though, was nice.
I also liked the idea of combining a street term for genitalia with a coloring book, because both are ways that, as children, we get to know the world. The book was criticized by some for portraying Muslims in a negative manner.
Color Therapy: Cindy Wilde. Laura-Kate Chapman.
From the Bestselling international coloring book series. Color can be therapeutic, and creating beautiful art is a soothing and stress-relieving activity. Choose any color section from the book and complete the stunning illustrations to lift your mood and focus your mind.
Even amateur artists can create something exquisite, as no drawing skills are required. Get A Copy. Hardcover , pages. More Details Original Title. Other Editions 2. Friend Reviews.
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Mar 10, Ellana Thornton-Wheybrew rated it it was amazing Shelves: Split into sections that focus on a single colour, this book has truly beautiful designs. I love working on a single page depending on what I need - a relaxing part for when I'm stressed, a more complicated design for when I need to focus.
Sep 18, Rachel rated it it was amazing.
The pictures to color are interesting and beautifully done. There is also plenty of room to doodle, to exercise your creativity. It's a great book that I recommend for anyone who likes to be creative! Meghan rated it it was amazing Aug 28, Kaela Zee rated it it was amazing Nov 13, April Low rated it really liked it Nov 08, Rae Coppola rated it it was amazing Sep 27, Anusha rated it it was amazing Dec 01,