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Friday, September 9, 2016

Edgar Allan Poe: An Adult Coloring Book

Genre: Adult Coloring Book
Publisher: Lark Crafts
Release Date: September 6, 2016

Coloring eases stress, as proven in a 2006 study of cancer patients given coloring books. I love coloring and know many other moms in my circles who agree. We loved getting down on the floor with our kids and spending hours coloring.

In recent years, an explosion of adult coloring books hit the market. From books with patterns to those with animals, coloring books tap into all interests. Edgar Allan Poe: An Adult Coloring Book is a recent release that my daughter, a graphic design major, immediately called one of the best coloring books she's ever seen.

Throughout the coloring book are intricate pictures to color and some of Poe's greatest works. Some of them were new to me, such as The Black Cat, while favorites like The Tell-Tale Heart and The Pit and the Pendulum made appearances.

Edgar Allan Poe: An Adult Coloring Book is a must-have. You'll find dozens of images to color, and the stories simply add to the appeal.

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