Beautiful Birds Colouring Book Emmanuelle Walker

Lose yourself in a riot of colouring in as you bring these exotic birds to life!

Immerse yourself with Emmanuelle Walker’s wonderfully detailed bird illustrations. From Warblers to Blue-tits and Kakapos to Owls, colour in an alphabet of birds in their feathery fancies – perfect for all ages!

  • Flying Eye Books

One Year Wiser: The Colouring Book by Mike Medaglia

52 pages, one for each week of the year. This is a book that combines the relaxation and therapeutic act of colouring in with wise and thought-provoking words from great thinkers by the likes of Gandhi & Virginia Woolf.

The artwork by Mike Medaglia has been inspired by these words, your role is to bring the black and white illustrations to life with colour.

Check out to see Mike Medaglia’s weekly illustrated meditations.


Published by Self Made Hero

The Field Guide: Creatures Great and Small by Lucy Engelman

An informative, inspirational coloring guide to creatures great and small.

The first book in a series of illustrated guides to popular subjects such as natural history and fashion, beautifully presented as a book of high-quality decorative black-and-white prints.

Wide Eyed Editions

Publishing date 4/6/15

World of Moose: Fill Me In by Moose Allain

A gorgeous debut book from a well-renowned, charismatic and in-demand illustrator, whose witty tweets have attracted almost 50,000 followers on Twitter.


An original fill-me-in journal from the World of Moose, packed with ideas and complex illustrations to spark your creative imagination. Playful drawings and simple prompts invite creators of all ages to not only colour, but draw, imagine and finish his dense line drawings. Complete your own city, fill it with people, write a comic and more. The ultimate rainy day book, sure to keep little ones busy for hours!

Published by Big Picture Press on the 1st October.

Follow them on twitter @BigPicturePress

 About the Author

Moose Allain is a former architect and has taught at the University of North London and the Royal College of Art’s School of Architecture. His illustrations have featured in the Literary Review, Stephen Fry’s 100 Greatest Gadgets and Gadget Man, both on Channel 4.

– Big Picture Press

You can follow Moose Allain @MooseAllain (adults only please!)

Check out his website