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Pre-order now! 2 new Disney adult coloring books

Current Price: $11.99

Relax, and let the creativity flow through you. Whether a skilled artist or an everyday dabbler of drawings and doodles, fans of all ages will enjoy these stunning pen-and-ink illustrations of beautiful landscapes, elaborate patterns, and memorable characters from Disney’s hit animated feature films themed to cute and cuddly animals. The lovely packaging includes a board cover with double metallic foil stamping.

Disney Animals: 100 Images to Inspire Creativity and Relaxation (Art Therapy)

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Relax, and let the creativity flow through you. Whether a skilled artist or an everyday dabbler of drawings and doodles, fans of all ages will enjoy these stunning illustrations of amazing starships, elaborate patterns, and memorable characters from the Star Wars universe.

Star Wars Art Therapy Colouring Book

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Current Price: $11.99

12 Comments

  1. Rhonda

    Are these a Disney Parks or Disney product? When will they be available?

  2. C.W.

    I love Disney more than most, college program alumni! However whoever is in charge of designing the cover should consider taking the “art therapy” off of the front. Art Therapy is a career profession that require masters level clinical training and practice in psychology, therapy, and art. This is not art therapy!! Although they are quite adorable.

    1. Richard

      I have to disagree..I have adult friends who color to relieve stress. Thats a form of therapy.

      1. Carol

        I live with chronic pain and I also agree it is a form of Art Therapy. As it helps with my pain!!

        1. Ann

          Adult coloring has been an amazing alternative to anti anxiety meds. Perhaps you should reconsider your comment.

    2. Crystal C

      The whole trend of adult coloring is being labeled as art therapy. This isn’t just disney using this choice of words, its on nearly all brands of “adult coloring books”.

    3. Wesmoms

      Wow, you guys sure are quick to jump on people without considering what they’ve written. The original poster is correct. While coloring is certainly calming, may help control pain, anxiety, etc., it should NOT be labeled as art therapy. As the op said, “art therapy” is used in clinical and therapeutic settings, and is administered by someone that has gone to great length to become educated about the subject, how best to apply it, and how/when it should best be used. THAT is therapy-therapy is done by an educated professional, be it a doctor, psychologist, therapist, whatever.
      So, while coloring may be relaxing, help with anxiety and pain, and more, and you may consider it “therapeutic”, unless you are coloring with the help of a professional, or you are a trained professional, you are not actually participating in “art therapy”. It could be compared to taking an over the counter sinus medication versus an antibiotic. While the OTC med may help alleviate the symptoms you feel while you have a sinus infection: it may help you not to feel achy, and tamp down the antihistamines, the OTC med does not actually “cure” the infection caused by bacteria. The infection must run its course. However, an antibiotic actually TREATS and KILLS the bacteria causing the infection. Therefore, coloring without being treated by a professional may temporarily alleviate symptoms like anxiety. But “art therapy” administered by a professional may help CURE or permanently lessen the effects.
      Why don’t you people educate yourselves before jumping all over someone else?

    4. Kate

      I have been diagnosed bi-polar depression with severe anxiety, besides my ESA dog, these coloring books are a tremendous live saver. They are very therapeutic and help to keep my stress levels at ease.

  3. I’m an adult who loves to color to relieve stress. I too disagree that it can’t be considered “therapy.” It’s all dependent on how the person reacts to the activity. Yoga can be a form of therapy, but they don’t require yoga trainers to have a masters degree. The books are a great reliever of stress, and if that’s something you enjoy and it helps you feel better, I don’t see why it can’t be considered therapy for some people.

    On another note, there are so many awesome coloring books that you can find for cheap that aren’t just Disney! But these are definitely cute and a great idea for a Christmas present.

  4. EJA

    Looks like the way it’s presented on the cover that “art therapy” is a brand name, calm down.

  5. Diana

    Oy yoy yoy

  6. lori

    Its just fun!

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