Book Review: The Time Chamber

chamberThe Time Chamber is not only a coloring book, but also a magical story.  The story is about a fairy who lives inside the cuckoo clock, but decides to come out of her hiding spot to hang out in the room of a little girl.  She finds all sorts of magical treasures underneath the girls bed.  All of the items are featured on the pages and you can color them however you’d like.  I like that in addition to being a story it is a coloring book because you feel more immersed in the pages with the story to go along with it while you color, almost as if you are involved with making the story unique to you.  I haven’t started to color it yet, but am looking forward to going on another adventure with the red haired fairy – but this time coloring the pages instead of reading them.  The drawings are very cool – I was drawn to the book because of the gears on the front cover and they are throughout the book since she lives in a clock and I can’t wait to get started!

I received a free copy of this book in order to write this review, I was not otherwise compensated.

 

About the Book

Korean artist Daria Song’s sequel to The Time Garden takes readers on a visual journey into a magical nighttime world seen through the eyes of a fairy.

This second book in the bestselling Time coloring series features the voyage of a fairy who, when the cuckoo clock chimes midnight, enters the human world. To the tiny fairy, everything seems enormous and magical, from the curtains to the chandelier to a mystical rowboat that takes her further into an inky adventure. With her she packs her favorite items, which colorers can find throughout the book’s pages: an owl-feathered pen, a star-scented spray, a time tape measure…even the key to the time chamber itself!

Filled with the imaginative, intricately detailed illustrations Song’s readers have come to love, The Time Chamber presents a view of our world made new—and ready for coloring.

The Time Chamber features extra-thick craft paper, ideal for non bleed-through coloring, and the jacketed cover with flaps is removable and colorable. Special gold-foil stamping on the cover and spine and a To/From page make it perfect for gifting to adults and kids alike.

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