Cats in Paris by Won-Sun Jang

Cats in Paris by Won-Sun Jang

Synopsis

This gorgeously illustrated adult coloring book draws readers into the secret world of cats in Paris as they explore the city’s most famous (and feline-friendly) spots.

Say bonjour to the cats of Paris as they slink through its fabled streets and alleyways, from Montmartre to the Shakespeare and Company bookshop and into a feline-filled land of playful imagination. Featuring intricate pen-and-ink drawings of tabbies, Persians, Siamese, and more, this evocative coloring book’s frisky kitties lie in wait for your colorful stylings.

Cats in Paris: A Magical Coloring Book
Won-Sun Jang
Publisher: Watson-Guptill Publications
Publication: January 26, 2016
Genre: Coloring Book, Illustrated
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Rated: ★★★½

Cats in Paris by Won-Sun Jang

What’s better than cats? A colouring book full of them! Cats in Paris by Won-Sun-Jang is an absolutely fun and whimsical colouring book for adults full of lovely kitty illustrations. A cat makes his way through Paris for the first few pages in search of his home. The Parisian landmarks are well drawn and full of intricate details which are sure to provide hours of colouring with finely sharpened pencils.

After the first handful of pages, however, the illustrations swap over to large, sweeping patterns with cats in the forefront; the “in Paris” part of the book disappears. The paper is sturdy and smooth, likely allowing the use of watercolours, in addition to coloured pencils and crayons. It’s still a very cute colouring book, sure to provide stress and anxiety relief. Just, make sure you buy it for the cats and not for Paris and you’ll be well satisfied.

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