Here’s your chance to add some colour to the Merlion.
You’ve seen them in bookstores all over the country, and we’re pretty sure there has been a spike in sales of colouring pencils everywhere.
Image: Epigram Books
With twenty images of commonly experienced sights in Singapore (neighbourhood stores and spaces, restaurant kitchens and such), this colouring book captures the every day life on the Little Red Dot. And after you’re done colouring a page, you can remove it from the book and frame up your masterpiece.
Image: Colouring the Lion City’s Facebook page
See famous Singapore icons and landmarks in a new creative light with these whimsical illustrations. Add your own hues of imaginative streak on cultural icons and places and a slice of daily life in Singapore. We love the cute little robots that make a regular appearances throughout the book.
Image: The Kapok Tree
Add a personal touch to your greeting cards with these blank notecards which feature hand-drawn illustrations of the things that make Singapore unique. Each image and its significance to the country is explained at back of the card so the receiver will know exactly what you’ve beautifully coloured.
We’ll add this to the list for your preschool kids who can join in the fun in colouring pictures of places of interests, architecture, mascots and famous people in Singapore with this activity book. Fun facts are also included to boost their knowledge about the country.
By Muneerah Bee, April 2016