Today’s adult coloring books are more therapeutic, nostalgic, and for stress relief, with titles often including the words ‘therapy’ or ‘stress-relieving’, denoting its de-stressing prowess.
A wonderful portable edition of Millie Marotta’s Secrets of the Sea, from the Sunday Times and international bestseller artist. Millie Marotta is a hugely popular illustrator and her idiosyncratic drawings of the world’s wonderful creatures have enthralled millions over the years. This pocket colouring book features over eighty wonderful illustrations in a smaller format to add colour to. Discover the wondrous wildlife from the Arctic waters to the balmy Australian coast. Swim with dolphins, narwhals and manatees. Grab your pens and pencils and bring to life jellyfish, seahorses and polar bears. This an essential book for colouring fans who love her pattern illustration style, which allows for the most creative of colouring. On this beautiful journey around the seas of the world, indulge your creativity, discover some fascinating creatures, and enjoy the perfect mindful activity while on the go or to pop in your travel bag.
About the Author
Millie Marotta is an illustrator working in her studio by the sea in a little corner of West Wales. A pioneer in the global colouring movement, Millie had been an illustrator long before she inked her first book. Millie’s intricate illustrations are inspired by a love of wildlife and fascination with the natural world. In 2015, Millie’s debut title Animal Kingdom spent a record twenty-two weeks as the official paperback non-fiction No.1. Since then, she has sold nine million books around the world and her books have been translated into over thirty languages. Her books include Tropical Wonderland, Wild Savannah, Curious Creatures and Beautiful Birds and Treetop Treasures. Visit Millie at www.milliemarotta.co.uk and follow her on social media @milliemarotta.
De-stress yourself today in this beautiful, immersive book.
Prices vary online so worth having a look around. Available from www.amazon.co.uk, www.waterstones.com, www.whsmith.co.uk and from all good book shops.