“A book that suggests and inspires.”
“Great stuff - and amazing that no one thought of it before”
“What a wonderfully creative tool!”
Chicago Sun Times
“There’s no wrong or right, just fun and an extended
"...unleashes everyone's fantasies"
Los Angeles Times
"What a wonderfully creative tool!"
The Cleveland Plain Dealer
"Susan Striker has topped
"...chockfull of ideas to stretch youngster's imaginations"
St. Paul Dispatch
you are not familiar with the book, it's time you were."
Dallas Morning News
"May be just the thing for those 'day after Christmas
”What a fantastic gift for a child"
West Orange, N.J.
"Never thought I'd be
recommending a coloring book, but this large paperback
is an exception...what a wonderfully creative tool!"
The Plain Dealer
"In the age if
anti-matter and anti-nukes, why shouldn't there be an anti-coloring book?"
Sturgis, Michigan Journal
“My 7-year-old son, Dennis, is a huge fan of yours. So am I! He was given your First Anti-Coloring Book
® as a recent birthday gift. He quickly filled it up with wonderful illustrations and creations.
“I rushed out to see if there were more additions and happily
scooped up the 2nd, 3rd, 4th and the 5th Anti-Coloring Books®.
“As I looked through them I realized how wonderful a few would be to support learning we're doing
in my classroom.I'm certainly won over to your way of thinking. A beautiful philosophy indeed.
“Many thanks and appreciation for making the world more
Lisa Cox, Fourth Grade Assistant Teacher
“...I appreciate the spirit of what you suggest - provide them the stuff, a
little structure and encouragement, and get out of their way. One great delight for me is to see how two boys the same age (fraternal twins) use the same materials in their
own unique style.”
Susan Miller, Fort Collins, CO
“We’d like to thank you for helping us make the Anti-Coloring Workshop quite a success. We
used an alien theme in conjunction with the book ‘Here Come the Aliens’ for an out-of-this-world experience.” Below is a picture from the event.
Strause and Terri Cook
“A big memory from my childhood was having a bunch of Susan Striker's Anti-Coloring Books, which was a series of coloring books that
forced you to use creativity rather than simply coloring within the lines. They were great. Even the title alone posits coloring books as something worth rebelling against, which
is a funny sentiment to impress upon a kid, and one that apparently stuck with me.”
“Our aim with CFG has always been to create a funny humor book first, and a
fun coloring book second. So in terms of actually trying to make the coloring experience fun (aka our second priority), I always had those Anti-Coloring Books in the back of my
Ryan Hunter, Author of ColoringforGrownups.com