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Anti-colouring book

When I was a kid, you had colouring books and then you had the anti-colouring book and its sequels, which took things a step further than their less imaginatively-stimulating counterparts. Rather than presenting you with somebody else's picture to colour in, the book gave you a starter idea on each page, like "draw your best dream" or "draw the other half of this face" or "draw a robot that can do something really useful" to enable the child to spread their wings creatively. I recently came across a copy of the book at work and couldn't resist photocopying a few pages to see if the exercises in the book were still as much fun to do (they were).


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