It’s interesting to see which colouring books sell in which regions of the world. In Canada, the most popular books seem to be more fantasy, nature, large print or topic-based whereas, in the UK, Disney tops the list year after year.
Large Print & Simple Colouring Books
These simpler versions of patterns and hand-drawn decorative designs have been chosen specially for those new to the world of adult coloring books, anyone who doesn’t want to color in complicated drawings, and those with vision or motor issues for whom less-intricate artwork is preferable.
How to Color Guides
Small Colouring to Share
This one certainly makes sense. We are all wanting to connect with one another and if we can’t see each other in person or travel, then we can share our creativity through the mail.
This book is 6×6″ with one-sided pages so you can color and share wherever you find yourself
This is a collection of 20 detachable postcards, with messages of peace, to colour in and send to your friends and family
This book is spiral bound with 8″x10″ perforated one-sided pages allows easy tear out to frame or share.
Johanna Basford Colouring Books
The Queen of Colouring still stands high in Canada, particularly with her older series of books.
Do you live in Canada? What is your favorite colouring book? Let us know in the comments below.