When my son was 3-years old, I picked him up at daycare and he greeted me with a hug and handed me a page out of a coloring book that he had worked on that day. The picture was complicated and had thin lines. I could tell that he struggled to stay in the lines.
Then I started thinking... "Why aren't there coloring books that are pre-school friendly with fun pictures and thicker lines?"
That's when I decided to create an alphabet coloring book with fun, easy-to-color pictures with think raised ink.
The raised ink reminds the little artist to stay in the lines. It doesn't force them to stay in the lines, but they get a reminder when their crayon, marker or paint hits the bumpy line.
The coloring book was designed for smaller hands and also flips up to make it easier for left-hand artists.
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