Secrets are waiting to be revealed in Thrill of Discovery, the new coloring book by The New York Times illustrator Alexis Seabrook.
Find your inner artist and explore your creativity with 34 unique designs, each of which contains a hidden element. The secret, recurring image will come to life as you color. Discover a top hidden in a toy store, a muffin in a bakery case, a crescent moon in outer space, and more.
Colorists are sure to find a pleasing scene in Seabrook’s creative hand-drawn illustrations, which also include a gingerbread house, a pumpkin patch, a jigsaw puzzle, and a jewelry case. Thrill of Discovery is perfect for coloring parties or to be worked on your own. And each page is perforated to make the finished, vibrant designs easy to share or hang.
Adult coloring has taken the world by storm since it began in 2015, but Thrill of Discovery also is suitable for children. Coloring is a great way to find inspiration or just to relax.
Alexis Seabrook is a widely published illustrator whose work has appeared in national newspapers (she spent 10 years as an illustrator at The New York Times), magazines, books, calendars, and ads since 1992. She has illustrated more than 45 books for Simon & Schuster, Hyperion, HarperCollins and more, most notably the Daring Books for Girls series, (William Morrow, 2008).