visión de conjunto:Reseña del editor Secret Village... The first thing I noticed was the feel of the books. They had a nice thick waxy feel to the front covers. It probably sounds crazy but I liked that feel more than some other books. The cover seems strong enough to open and close many times and thick enough that it won't tear easily. Inside you open it to black and white which is the point of it because it is a coloring book. You get a beautiful picture with tree's with cute little doors and windows and then flowers and leaves. Turn the page and you get tall trees with intricate swirls in them and again the cute little doors. Nesteled in the tree's is a sly little fox. I began my coloring on the 3rd page. At the top you see foliage mushrooms butterflies and flowers. There is a teeny little door and then the big feature is the sort of maze inside. It's like a little world for small people or animals or whatever your imagination comes up with. Honestly just paging through the book I could spend hours looking at all the little pictures and my imagination running wild with stories of their house. I can just picture a little teeny something sitting at those small chairs someone curled up by the warm fire someone going about in the kitchen and maybe a little someone nestled in the bed. All these little details are perfect for a coloring pencil or marker. The first 6 pages are back to back so it may be better to use a coloring pencil. Then the rest of the pages have blank spaces in between so you could use a fine point marker or gel pen. What I like is that there are also what looks like close up shots of the little house. So say you aren't in the mood for fine detail at the moment you could always pick one of the close up shots where the black and white spaces are a lot bigger and easier to navigate. On the opposite side of the detailed little houses are little drawings of gadgets leaves flowers or animals. There are tons of different things to color depending on your mood. Maybe you are only in the mood to color flowers or leaves there are big pictures of them throughout the book. I have a fondness for all the little house pictures. I love all the details of tables chairs stairs beds... and you will love the inside of these little worlds.