God Bless America


God Bless America
Various artists/authors

     I guess I am turning into a coloring-book person. And what better subject to color (right in time for Independence Day) than American history? I absolutely loved Whatever is Lovely, the coloring book released by Waterbrook (the sister company of Multnomah) so I was really looking forward to getting this one.

     Though there are a few nice designs, overall I found God Bless America less appealing overall. I tend to prefer more feminine, flowery designs, so these pictures were a bit less attractive because they were more focused on monuments and such. I do like the biographical information on the back of each page, though, which gives background information on the illustrated quote.There were one or two pictures that were of historical scenes (such as "the British are coming" or "one small step for man" ones) which I liked, but overall this one had me a bit less impressed than its predecessor. Though this coloring book is far from bad, given the choice, I'd probably recommend Whatever is Lovely over this one.

I received this book for free from bloggingforbooks.com in exchange for my honest review. 


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