Garden of Eden: Beautiful Bible Scenes to Color And Inspire

18 Jul

61A2Xes9zYL._SY493_BO1,204,203,200_God created humans in his image and likeness and put it in a garden. In the Garden of Eden Coloring Book, you will find beautiful biblical scenes for coloring, relaxation, and delight. This book, with eighty-four pages, is an invitation to use all the creative potential that God has given you to create and to escape from the stressful activities of everyday life. Unleash your imagination, relieve your stress, reflect on biblical messages and see how good it feels.

Appeals to all ages looking for a unique coloring experience.

 

To purchase this book, click HERE.

 

My Impressions:

The adult coloring book craze seems here to stay! If you love to spend time de-stressing with colored pencils and beautiful images, then Garden of Eden is a good choice for you. The story of Creation comes to life with the beautiful illustrations for you to bring into living color. Accompanied by the corresponding Bible verses from Genesis, Garden of Eden celebrates God’s intricate and unique creativity. It also show mankind’s self-will in the depiction of the Fall. This coloring book is great for mother-daughter time because of its variety of designs. This one is sure to bring hours of enjoyment for older children through adults

Recommended.

Audience: ages 9 to adult.

(Thanks to Zondervan for a review copy. All opinions expressed are mine alone.)

 

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2 Responses to “Garden of Eden: Beautiful Bible Scenes to Color And Inspire”

  1. nissa_loves_cats July 18, 2016 at 11:10 am #

    I love it! I think these beautiful coloring books for adults are great for children as well. But it’s not a new thing. When I was a teenager I bought a coloring book from Dover Press that featured Henry VIII and his six wives and it was very similar to the adult coloring books. Kids deserve more beautiful coloring books so they will develop a love of art. And one based on the Bible is very wonderful.

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    • rbclibrary July 18, 2016 at 1:47 pm #

      Oooh! I would have loved the Henry VIII coloring book! I also love the Bible verses that accompany the beautiful illustrations.

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