On to the colouring pages!
Each part of the story is accompanied by a page-sized illustration for you to colour, as you can see in the slideshow below.
The illustrations were originally meant to be in colour, but the creators decided to leave them as line drawings so that the reader could decide what the Dark Lord is wearing! Seeing as the story is centred somewhat around clothing, I think it's a great idea that us as colourists are able to design the fabric and make the story come alive, make it our own.
The paper is bright white and good quality, able to handle water-based markers without bleed. The cover is a soft feel, deliberately chosen so that children & adults have a texture to grip the book comfortably. It's a decent size, with 25 pages to colour. Even if it's not your thing, I think it would make a great keepsake for the youngsters in your family- you could colour it and read it to your child, they could colour it, or you could ask them which colours they'd like to see the characters in once you've read through it.
Here's my completed page of when the seamstress bandages up the Dark Lord's finger after he pricks it when sewing. When she sees his blood is red just like hers, she knows she has nothing to fear- the Devil is just a person too.