Preschool Coloring Books
1. My Potty Activity Book +45 Toilet Training Tips: Parent / Child Interaction with Coloring and Creative Fun by Tracy Foote; Paperback: 64 pages, Publisher: Tracytrends;
This carefully planned workbook is designed to assist parents in introducing and stimulating interest in potty training. By using both visual aids and hands on activities, this book introduces, strengthens, and reinforces the potty training idea. Plus, it includes 45 potty training tips for parents! As an added bonus, each page is perforated and may be removed from the book and hung in a place where your child will be reminded of the activity featured on that page. Even if your child isn’t fully trained by the end, you’ve still spent a lot of fun, creative and quality time together working on potty skills without all the frustration!
2. Scribbles: A Really Giant Drawing and Coloring Book by Taro Gomi, Paperback: 368 pages, Publisher: Seuil Chronicle
This is no ordinary coloring book! With playful drawings, funny scenarios and fun-to-follow instructions, this book is not just for coloring, but for doodling, drawing, imagining and thinking!
3. The Only Coloring, Puzzle, Game, Dot-To-Dot Activity Book: You’ll Ever Need! by Klutz
120 black-and-white pages of pencil-and-paper play, including hidden pictures, unfinished drawings, fold-ups, games, giggles and goofy stuff. Color in the pages and play all the games using the five twist-up colors (brilliantly colored soft wax pencils in cool plastic tubes) that come with the book.
4. The Flower Fairies Alphabet Coloring Book (Flower Fairies Series) by Cicely Mary Barker; Paperback: 24 pages, Publisher: Frederick Warne
From A for Apple Blossom to Z for Zinnia there is a flower fairy to color for each letter of the alphabet in this popular coloring book. Black-and-white outline pictures have been redrawn from Cicely Mary Barker’s well-loved A Flower Fairy Alphabet and reproduced on high quality paper, making this book ideal for paints and markers as well as crayons.