Synopses & Reviews
Exams, all-nighters, and crazy roommates can add up to a lot of stress for college students. Now the collegiate set can let off a little steam by indulging in the comfort of a childhood favorite: an activity book packed full of coloring pages, connect-the-dots, paper doll cut outs, word searches, mazes and morewith a healthy dose of caustic wit and grown-up themes.
Readers will find witty activities such as:
- Degrees of Success! Match your degree of choice (Philosophy, Art History, Communications, Journalism) to the job it will actually land you in the real world: Substitute teacher, sandwich artist, production assistant, freelance video blogger, street performer, etc...
- Whats Behind that Door? Theres a sock on the dorm room door, draw the important reason your roommate needed the room to himself tonight!
- Orientation BINGO!
With more than 50 activities, the COLORING FOR GROWN-UPS COLLEGE COMPANION is the perfect back-to-school gift for everyone from incoming freshmen to recent grads.
From the authors of Coloring for Grown-Upsand#151;a new adult activity book that will help even the most cynical celebrator make it through the holiday season in good cheer
As we age, going home for the holidays can start to feel more melancholy than and#147;holly-jolly.and#8221; But donand#8217;t hang yourself with tinsel just yet. The authors of the New York Times Holiday Gift Guideand#150;recommendedand#160;Coloring for Grown-Ups are back to rescue disenchanted twentysomethings from the quality timeand#150;seeking clutches of their caring families. From Thanksgiving to Christmas to Valentineand#8217;s Day, readers of this book will learn how to cope with any holiday-related stresses the same way they did as kidsand#151;with mindless coloring. With more than fifty challenging, adult-friendly activities, Coloring for Grown-Ups Holiday Fun Book is the perfect stocking stuff er.
About the Author
Ryan Hunter and Taige Jensen have gotten more than 65 million Youtube views on their personal channel, POYKPAC. Hunter and Jensen write and direct comedy for MTV, College Humor, Fremantle Media, Slate, Current TV, EUE Screen Gems, Next New Networks, MyDamnChannel, and Huffington Post Comedy/AOL. They also wrote and directed Good Morning Internet,” a 15-episode original web series that aired on IFC and IFC.com, and are the authors of Coloring for Grown-Ups.