Who says that once you’re a grownup you can’t sit down and enjoy a coloring book? Delving into an untapped market, adult activity books, Ryan Hunter and Taige Jensen are bringing us Coloring for Grown-Ups: The Adult Activity Book via Plume on October 30, 2012.
So what exactly does an adult activity book entail? Well, for starters, let’s say that it isn’t something you want to get mixed in with the children’s coloring books. I made the mistake of leaving this on my desk in my office and my five year old spotted it right away. Luckily dad was able to grab it before he could see anything of concern, such as a man sitting on the toilet with his cell phone, and averted the questions that would surely follow.
Once you’re assured that there are no kids around (or your parents), you’ll be able to dive into activities such as “Hipster or Homeless?”, “Design The Perfect Prescription Drug!” and “Life Partner Laboratory”. There are also word searches, mazes & connect the dots activities to keep you busy for hours in this 64 page activity book.
If you’re looking for a different type of gift to give this holiday season, or a great adult gag gift for any occasion, Coloring for Grown-Ups might be up your alley.
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