Thursday, April 7, 2016

Restore My Soul Coloring Book Devotional Review


About the Book
Grab your colored pencils and get ready to refresh your spirit with this coloring book devotional journey!For lovers of the "Secret Garden" and "Enchanted Forest" coloring books, "Restore My Soul" is a beautiful, interactive devotional designed to celebrate our unique creativity and connect us with the ultimate Creator. Find refreshment in short reflections on Scripture and be inspired as you color accompanying intricate illustrations created for meditation and prayer. Both contemplative and imaginative, "Restore My Soul" is the perfect space for the artist in us all. (Goodreads)

My Thoughts

What a brilliant idea!! This book has a fun coloring page (all of which are very detailed as you would expect) and the opposite page is an encouraging devotional. This is such a great idea and this would also make a wonderful gift for someone. The coloring book for adults is so popular right now, it's nice to see where people can take their creativity. Also, in the back of the book are blank pages for you to draw and color on just for fun. Overall this is a unique coloring book, unlike the many others I have seen and it's definitely worth buying! 
Five Stars!

"I received this book from Tyndale Publishing for free in exchange for an honest review."

Author Bio
Ann-Margret Hovsepian
Ann-Margret Hovsepian
Ann-Margret Hovsepian is an award-winning writer, editor, and illustrator from Montreal, Quebec. She has had more than 300 articles featured in a variety of Canadian and U.S. print publications. Her devotional for tween girls, The One Year Designer Genes Devo, was released by Tyndale House Publishers in 2007. She is also the author of Truth & Dare: One Year of Dynamic Devotions for Girls (David C. Cook Publishing, 2011) and Truth, Dare, Double Dare: Another Year of Dynamic Devotions for Girls (Cook, 2014), and she was the lead author and senior editor of Blossom, a tween BibleZine (Thomas Nelson, 2006). As an illustrator, she contributed five original drawings to Whatever Is Lovely: A Coloring Book for Reflection and Worship (WaterBrook Multnomah, 2015).

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