Top Ten Tuesday: Literature-Themed Colouring Books

Hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl

Close-up photo of colored pencils Technically, this week’s topic was “Book Titles That Sound Like They Could Be Crayola Crayon Colors.”

My apologies to Jana, but I couldn’t find a single title that fit this description no matter how hard I searched.

Due to this, I tweaked the topic to be literature themed colouring books. That is to say, colouring books that are inspired by actual novels. Get your coloured pencils ready!

1. Tolkien’s World: A Fantasy Coloring Book by Allan Curless

2. The World of the Hunger Games: The Official Coloring Book by Scholastic Inc.

3. Terry Pratchett’s Discworld Coloring Book by Terry Pratchett

4. Hansel and Gretel: An Amazing Colouring Book by Fabiana Attanasio

5. The Alice in Wonderland Colouring Book by Rachel Cloyne

6. The Lord of the Rings Movie Trilogy Colouring Book by Nicolette Caven

7. The Walking Dead: Rick Grimes Adult Coloring Book by Robert Kirkman

8. A Court of Thorns and Roses Colouring Book by Sarah J. Maas

9. Terry Pratchett’s Discworld Coloring Book by Terry Pratchett

10. The Official Eragon Coloring Book by Christopher Paolini

 

90 Responses to Top Ten Tuesday: Literature-Themed Colouring Books

  1. Ooh, fun! I had no idea there were so many of these literature-based colouring books 😍 I’ve been thinking about getting a new colouring book to do with mum to pass the time these days (lol) but the only bookish one I’ve seen is Game of Thrones and it was … intense! 😂 Great list, Lydia!

    • I literally just left a comment on your post. 🙂

      It’s interesting to know that the Game of Thrones colouring book was intense. I’ll keep that in mind and hope you can find something calmer to colour.

  2. I love how you twisted the topic! Some of these I had no ideas they made coloring books of. I guess you know you’ve made it when they make a coloring book out of your novel.

  3. So these are real colouring books? That sounds awesome. I will have to see what I can find. I think I am the only one who knows nothing about Discworld, I might have to remedy that. Great twist on this week’s topic, Lydia.

  4. All of these sound so lovely! I have a lot of coloring books, but no literary ones. I should change that.

  5. Ooh, these are fun! The Discworld coloring book looks amazing. And how did I not know that there’s a Rick Grimes coloring book??? I’ve been gifted Outlander and Game of Thrones coloring books, and they’re both lovely to look at. I like your list!

  6. What a wonderful twist to the topic. I love it. I usually love the tweaks, they are so inspirational. But this one is exceptional. Thanks.

    And thanks for visiting my (rather boring compared to your) TTT earlier.

    • Thanks a lot! Based on what you’ve shared about your personality and interests in previous TTT posts, I think you might really like adult colouring books. 🙂

  7. I love coloring and have not done it often enough as of late. When I was pregnant with my first son many moons ago I was on bedrest for a few months and went through a lot of coloring books. They didn’t have so many cool ones as they do now, nor was there someplace like the internet to make them easily accessible. You’ve curated a wonderful list and I may just have to take up the hobby again to check some of these out.

  8. Great way to still bring in the topic but make it your own. 🙂 I remember seeing coloring books (for adults) be SUCH a thing for several years. Never bought one, but it might have been fun. Thanks for visiting Finding Wonderland, Lydia.

    • You’re welcome, Rissi! Colouring Books for adults are so much fun. I do encourage you to give them a try if you’re interested and ever have the opportunity to do so.

  9. I had no idea there were coloring books based on literature- – and definitely would not have expected it for something as modern as A Court of Thorns and Roses (how huge IS that series??). So cool!

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