I really like this. I have a few other coloring books that made like this one. They don't look like your normal everyday coloring book. They are of very nice quality. The pictures are sequenced so a story is told. The paper is super bright white and is very nice to color on. There is printing on both sides of each page andsome markers do bleed through.
This third installment in Daria Song's Time series follows the little girl on a nighttime adventure with a toy train conductor to deliverresents around the world. This put me much in mind of Polar Express.
This would make a great gift for people of all ages who have an interest in this. My Prismacolor pencils work great with this. My twork girls will each be getting the three book set for Christmas. The prices for these books are not excessive, this one is just under ten dollars.
About the Artist/Author:
DARIA SONG is an author and artist with a master's degree in fiber arts from the Ewha Womans University Graduate School of Fine Arts. Winner of the Kyung Hyang Arts Contest, Song has exhibited at numerous galleries and museums in Korea, Singapore, Turkey, and Hong Kong. She is a lecturer at the Kaywon School of Arts and her illustrations can be found in Amore Pacific and SK Planet. She spent five years of her childhood in San Francisco before returning to Korea, and the sense of wonder and mystery that comes from living in a far-off place inspired her internationally best-selling adult coloring books, The Time Garden and The Time Chamber.
I received a copy of this through Blogging for Books in exchange for an honest review.