Harry Potter Magical Creatures Coloring Book is the follow-up to the first Harry Potter coloring book, and it picks up where the first book left off. The first book covered a little bit of everything from Harry's world, but this book focuses on the animals and creatures Harry met and/or learned about during his time at Hogwarts.
Multiple artists worked to create art that you can color, something both adults and kids will enjoy. You will see a wide variety of creatures, including Hedwig the owl, Fluffy the three-headed dog, dragons, cornish pixies, merpeople, centaurs, Buckbeak the hippogriff, Grawp the giant, and Fawkes the phoenix. The art is on either a single page or two pages, depending on the picture.
The back of the book contains color images of many creatures. This is very helpful so you can faithfully color a creature if you want. I love that the pictures are included because they are beautiful to look at.
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Prevent Bleeding Onto The Back Of A Page...
As I researched the Harry Potter coloring books I came across someone who experimented with various pens and pencils to find out which ones bled through to the back of a page (where there is another image to be colored), and which did not. Here are the results of that testing:
Safe To Use (no ink bleeding)
India ink pens
Avoid (causes ink bleeding)
Alcohol based markers
Water based markers
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