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Slow Travel Colouring Book: Britain’s Exceptional Places

by Varvara Fomina 

More than 50 illustrations representing Slow Travel in Britain for mindful colouring in. Includes scenes from Scotland to the West Country, Wales to East Anglia, a mix of much-loved sights and hidden gems.

Published:  07th May 2021
Size:  235 X 260 mm
Edition:  1
Number of pages:  56
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Paperback
ISBN: 9781784778484
In stock
£9.99 £8.99

About this book

A slow journey through some of the best-loved and lesser-known gems of the British Isles, from the illustrator and publisher of The Traveller’s Colouring Book. Over 50 illustrations of people, buildings, wildlife and landscapes from across the country, produced on elegant 150gsm paper – so no show-through! Each illustration is accompanied by an informative caption from one of Bradt’s award-winning Slow Travel guides. After that, it’s up to you.
From Scotland to the West Country, Wales to East Anglia, an enticing mix of scenes is depicted, ready to be brought to life in full colour. Pencils at the ready for the Glenfinnan (Harry Potter) viaduct, the Isle of Skye, Whitby’s 199 steps, Oxford and the Cotswolds, Windsor Castle, Exmoor ponies and delightful Fowey. Look beyond the obvious, too, with a nod to glass-blowing heritage, Devon gnome reserve, Italian chapel on Orkney and blooming wisteria in Notting Hill.
Whether you’re on the road or stuck at home, The Slow Travel Colouring Book is the perfect cure for wanderlust. Mindfulness has never been so enriching, inspirational – or colourful.

About the Author

Varvara Fomina has been a visual storyteller her whole life. She was born in Russia in 1985, where she studied arts and worked as a TV reporter. She did a Master’s in the US, focusing on documentary filmmaking and script writing. In 2014 she moved to Barcelona, where she now lives and works as an illustrator. She is the author/illustrator of The Traveller’s Colouring Book, also published by Bradt.

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Table of Contents

Scotland
Northern England
Central England
Wales
Southeast England
Southwest England