After reviewing Theo's Unicorns are Jerks I couldn't wait to start on this one! All her books are so entertaining and Mer World Problems is no exception. As the title indicates, it's all about the difficulties of living underwater with no human luxuries like wifi and shoes! As always, Theo's illustrations are funny, giving mystical creature humane characteristics and struggles.
There are 20 drawings in total, on one-sided pages. The paper quality remains the same throughout Theo's books, and is good enough for most felt tip pens and of course pencils. The lines are bold and make it easier to colour quickly without having to worry about going over fine borders. To be honest there isn't a great deal you can say about this book as it's all self explanatory from the theme that runs through it. Anyone can colour Theo's books, young or old, experienced or casual. Children might not understand the caption references but I'm sure they'd love helping you colour in the simple pictures. The expression on my face was similar to the one on the picture below, when I came down from a bath and found my son had 'helped' me by colouring the background in pencil crayon! Bless him, he gave it a fab effort!
This book was given to me in exchange for an honest review. You can find it on Amazon here:
I'm a 29 year old mum of 2 from the UK who uses colouring to de-stress and develop my creativity. Join me in discovering new books and materials :)
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