Colorama: Kids Coloring Book

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Carla Thornton, Common Sense Media
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Coloring book makes art easy for budding painters.

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Ease of Play

In order not to confuse kids, parents should turn off the extra coloring books available for purchase.

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Other coloring books priced at .99 apiece are scattered among the three included. Parents can hide these from view so kids aren't tempted.

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What parents need to know

Parents need to know that this coloring book is perfect for kids who like to color. With more than 300 images to choose from, kids can find simple pages to color or choose pictures with lots of details. A round of applause erupts when a picture is finished.

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Is it any good?

Kids who like to color will love Colorama. Other coloring apps are a tad easier to use but they don't have Colorama's 38 delicious hues or 50 illustrations ranging from space creatures to Easter bunnies. When kids finish coloring a page a crowd cheers or claps, making them feel proud of their work. Finished masterpeices can be e-mailed, saved to the photo album or dragged to the trash can to start over.

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