Wonders of Creation

Wilde, Cindy. Phuapradit, Pimlada. Wonders of Creation: Illustrations to Color and Inspire. Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan Publishing. 2016.


Full of animals found in the savannah, the forest, and the sea, each finely detailed, well illustrated page beckons to be colored in gorgeous hues. Elephants, rabbits, porpoises, monkeys and moon jellies are only a few of the many creatures which fill the sturdy, white, smooth pages found within Wonders of Creation. Giving all the credit to God for his world of unique creations, the different patterns, line thickness, intricacy and detail allow for inspiration, design and spirit to prevail…

Amazing! Owning quite a few coloring books, especially many with an animal theme, I must admit this is one of my absolute favorites. Loving the facial expressions, the beautiful patterns and the various included animals, the penguin, walrus, sloth and raccoon were my favorite pictures to color (due to their cuteness, smiles and decorations). As an animal coloring book delighting in the wonders of God’s creations, this book is sure to please both young and old. Astounding!

5 (out of 5) pennies

*I received a complimentary copy of Wonders of Creation from BookLook Bloggers for my honest review


Live Free-An Adult Coloring Book

Feinberg, Margaret. Live Free: Craft God’s Word in Your Heart Through Creative Expression. An Adult Coloring Book. Bloomington, MN: Bethany House Publishers. 2016.


Who am I? Through journaling, coloring, doodling, painting, reading, reflecting and praying, Live Free offers numerous pages on which to help you find your identity. With a Bible verse, a lined journaling page, and a black-and-white sketched picture to color, each two-page devotional offers creative ways to spend time with the Lord. As an author, speaker and church motivator, Margaret Feinberg joins the craze of adult coloring books with her newest book, while taking it even a step further.

Already having several themed coloring books (animals, flowers, cities), I was excited to add the journaling/ doodling aspect to the collection. Centered around a faith-theme, Live Free was perfect for those much needed quiet times. With nice, thicker pages and an assortment of different designs to color and explore, this book would be perfect as a gift to someone special, including yourself. Create!

4 (out of 5) pennies

*I received a complimentary copy of Live Free-An Adult Coloring Book from Bethany House Publishing for my honest review*