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Coloring Inside the Dreams: Coloring Pages and Haiku

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Twenty detailed coloring pages paired with twenty haiku poems tell a story of love and loss. This is an adult coloring book that children may also enjoy. The twenty coloring pages are of beautifully abandoned places. The twenty haiku poems might be a bit over the heads of children, but they are not in any way inappropriate for young readers.
Paperback, 1, 44 pages
Published November 19th 2015 by Create Space
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Dec 25, 2015 rated it really liked it
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**I received this book for free through Goodreads Giveaways**

There are several different aspects to this book. I'll start with the Haiku poetry. Let me just state that poetry is one of my least favorite genres. I mean it is right down there with political autobiographies and business books for me. So I entered the Giveaway thinking I could just ignore the Haiku part and get down to the coloring. I learned a valuable lesson on keeping an open mind because I absolutely LOVED the Haiku's in this bo
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Rhonda Tolley
Dec 16, 2015 rated it it was amazing
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I was lucky and won this in a Goodreads giveaway. The pictures are beautiful! I love the intricacies of each page. The haiku poems are also wonderful. It'll keep me busy for weeks! I've told all my friends they need this!
Jean Torgeson white
Feb 22, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Love the poems.
Joshua Hair
Dec 04, 2016 rated it it was amazing
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How exactly does one review a coloring book? I won this through Goodreads and intended to give it to my fiance. Personally, I do not subscribe to the adult-coloring craze, but it seems to help her after a long day of teaching eight year olds not to poke each other with pencils. I can, however, appreciate the beautiful illustrations and the accompanying poetry, of which I am a tremendous fan. Thank you, Ms. Marohn, for a wonderful collection that my fiance and I can enjoy together.
Maura
May 28, 2016 rated it liked it
I liked the Haikus and the pictures went with the sayings. Some of them made you think about how something the memory of driving a truck will one day be an old rusted bucket in the woods. I wish the pictures were a little better quality.

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Valerie
I really love books like this. I have a passion for both poetry and coloring and his book is the best of both. The poem is beautifully written and the illustrations are wonderful. The coloring spaces are intricate making this book both a good read and a fun project.
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I love Shoshanah's art work because they speak to the imagination.
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Shoshanah Lee Marohn is an artist and writer. She lives on a small farm in rural Wisconsin with several goofy looking sheep.