Tuesday, 28 March 2017

17 Must See New Books for April

So, here are the books being published in April that have caught my eye, with purchase links. There are also a couple of books that I missed recently because they released early.
The release dates are based on Book Depository, so Amazon release dates may vary.


Let me know if there's a book here that you'd like me to review.

You can see March New Books - here.
You can see February New Books - here.
You can see January New Books - here.
You can see December New Books here.
You can see November New Books here.
You can see October New Books here.
You can see September New Books - here.

Colouring Books


Mythmorphia by Kerby Rosanes
"From magnificent dragons and a fiery phoenix to beautiful mermaids and mischievous goblins, this book is truly out of this world."
US edition available at - Book Depository;

UK edition available in July at - Book Depository;
Amazon UK;  not showing on Amazon US yet.




The Twelve Dancing Princesses by Ruth Sanderson
"24 unique GRAYSCALE IMAGES to color from Ruth Sanderson's picture book THE TWELVE DANCING PRINCESSES, plus 12 bonus GRAYSCALE images, for a total of 36 pages to colour."
Review and flip through video is - here. Available at - Book Depository;





Intricate Ink Volume 2 by Tim Jeffs
Awesome greyscale creatures.

Available at - Book Depository;
Amazon US;  Amazon UK


Magical Dawn by Hanna Karlzon
"The third coloring book collection from Sweden's beloved artist."
Available at - Book Depository;  Amazon US;   Amazon UK

Artist's Edition available at - Book Depository;   Amazon US;

Postcards available at - Book Depository;




Summer Nights by Hanna Karlzon

Artist's Edition available at - Book Depository;   Amazon US;

Postcards available at - Book Depository;   Amazon US






My Colorful Town by Chiaki Ida
"Originally published in Japan, My Colorful Town follows a young girl as she explores her hometown."

Available at - Book Depository;

Extreme Colouring: Classic Pin-Ups by Patricia Moffett
"This exclusive edition of Extreme Colouring partners with Gil Elvgren to bring his famous pin-up paintings to life."

Available at - Book Depository;
Fairy Tales Coloring book by Emelie Oberg
"Reminiscent of classic Swedish fairy tales, Emelie Lidehall Oberg's debut coloring book fills 96 pages of sweetly sleeping animals, dolls come to life, and whimsical abodes."

Available at - Book Depository;

Visions of Numberland by Alex Bellos
"Visions of Numberland unlocks the world's greatest mathematical mysteries, with 60 patterns to colour in and 10 more that you can create from scratch."

Available at - Book Depository;   Amazon UK
I think this is the same book, different title on Amazon US;





Museum: a Magical Colouring Book by Yuko Higuchi
"This is the long-awaited colouring book from illustrator Yuko Higuchi. Follow a brother and sister cats on their magical, and at times surreal, trip through Yuko Higuchi's museum, where they are transformed into the creatures they encounter."

Available at - Book Depository;

Beauty and the Beast by Fabiana Attanasio

Available at - Book Depository;

Gaudi: Colouring Gaudi, Barcelona & Modernism
"Work your way through this adult colouring book to understand the work of the great architect Antoni Gaudi, the environs of Barcelona, the style of Catalan Modernism, and to meet a girl and a dog that runs away."

Available atBook Depository;

Postcards & Notecards



Marty Noble's Color and Create Greeting Cards
"Each of the twenty-four designs in this book is printed on heavy card stock with easy-to-remove perforated pages."

Available atBook Depository;



Treasures of the British Museum

20 postcards to colour and send.

Available at - Book Depository;
Amazon UK;   no Amazon US listing yet.





Postcards for Magical Dawn and Summer Nights by Hanna Karlzon are listed up above with the books.


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