Pretty Ponies: Beautiful Ponies to Color!
Simon & Schuster, 2015 (2015)
Reviewed by Bob Walch
eaturing 96 one-sided pages on quality paper, this upscale coloring book will delight any child who loves ponies. Each page sports splashes of color that will inspire young artists, while leaving plenty of illustrations for them to color in.
iven the detail of the pictures, probably color pencils or marking pens with fine points would be the best supplies to use here. And, yes, the finished pictures can be removed and displayed elsewhere.
he pictures range from various types of ponies to scenes showing them engaging in activities as different as jumping, running wild, and pulling wagons. There are other pictures of stables and riding gear as well as humans riding their ponies.
here is a lot of attention given to detail in this book so the child who receives it should have solid motor skills and be able to stay within the lines. That being said,
will provide hours of enjoyment for the young artist who loves to create interesting color combinations and professional looking pictures.
here are also probably a number of adults who would love to receive this book and who would find it a perfect diversion from more mundane concerns.
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