Colour in Kate
Jen Wainwright & Georgie Fearns
Buster Books, 2013 (2013)
Reviewed by Bob Walch
his royal coloring book will probably appeal to older girls and adults rather than younger children. Featuring partially colored illustrations of Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, in some of her most stylish outfits, this book offers the opportunity to customize Kate's wardrobe by adding color and pretty patterns.
here is no text but you can make up your own, if you are so inclined, as you view Kate walking her dog, on outings with her husband, Prince William, and attending formal events. From enjoying a cruise on the royal barge during the Queen's Jubilee, attending glamorous charity dinners or watching the Olympic Games, Kate is at her best in this coloring book. Of course, the most endearing picture of all is the duchess holding her new child!
ou'll probably want to use colored pencils with this book since there are illustrations on both sides of the page; hence, there's the risk of water colors or too much marker ink soaking through the paper. A high degree of manual dexterity is also required to
stay within the lines
given the detail of the illustrations.
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