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404 Not Found: A Coloring Book by The Oatmeal (Volume 6) Paperback – October 4, 2016
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In cozy Robot City, all robots are tucked in and accounted for, but #404 is missing. Is he searching for the city of Atlantis...or was he attacked by the shrimp known as mantis? Did he leave this worldly place...and find an evil race of cats from space?
A fun, kid-friendly, safe-for-work coloring book, 404 Not Found is a magical story poem adventure to color and enjoy. A robot dot-to-dot and hidden objects throughout round out the fun! Relax and let your mind float as you color your way through enchanted lands with wondrous creatures from the brilliant mind of The Oatmeal.
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- Publisher : Andrews McMeel Publishing; Clr Csm edition (October 4, 2016)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 76 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1449480470
- ISBN-13 : 978-1449480479
- Item Weight : 12.1 ounces
- Dimensions : 8.4 x 0.3 x 9.9 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #623,145 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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After sitting on my shelf for about two yrs, I brought it down, read it to a wiggly 2yr old and let her color in some of the pages. The humor can be a bit grown up focused on certain pages, like the page about feeding the internet trolls, or meeting existential corn, but nothing pearl clutching.
As time has progressed, she has colored in different pages and just about has the story memorized. I’ve noted her age and the date on each page she’s colored. I bought 3 more copies; two to give to a friend and one to save in pristine condition to give to my daughter at graduation. The reason I’m giving her a copy when she’s older is because the story is funny and adorable but also, is just good. Sure, the toilet squid still makes her laugh, but the part about “we may never know where 404 went & and that’s part of letting go” is a good life lesson. As is the follow up of, that’s a bummer, keep looking, and ALWAYS end with cake.
Is this a literary masterpiece? No. Is it a reminder that we should always let ourselves be silly and have coloring tools available? Yes. If you have a sense of humor or a tiny human or both, get the book and color away.
I would say it is great for all ages. I bought it for my 7 year old Son and he laughs and laughs at all the pages.
It is goofy, but in a funny way. ;-)
My Son and I color this together. It's great Mom & Son time, and it's better than watching TV or playing a video game.
We laugh and giggle as we color.
GREAT coloring book!
First I was surprised by the thickness of the book, contains more pages than I was expecting.
Second, the artwork is cute and funny all at the same time, like many other works by The Oatmeal. As soon as I opened the book I let out a laugh at the look of the missing robot, cute, yet awkward.
Third, this isn't just your ordinary random pages in a book for coloring, this is a story about a missing robot! This is probably one of the few books I'll color in order so that I can follow/read the story as I go.
Fourth, the pages are thick and double sided. Because its a story in itself, I don't think I'd find myself wanting to take the pages out anyway. The thickness of the pages also came as a pleasant surprise to me.
I started reading the rhyming story yesterday, and only made it halfway through the book before stopping because I wanted to have something to look forward to next time I open the book. Again this speaks to the length of this book.
I am so excited to begin coloring and to keep reading the story and find out the fate of 404! Thanks for an amazing product!!!
It has a sturdy cover, and sturdy pages so it's actually a soft cover book rather than a flimsy coloring book.
By Jauranna on February 18, 2017
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Its a great book of the usual hilarious comic pieces by The Oatmeal and if you buy a pack of colouring pencils then its a fun time wasting activity product to keep on your coffee table or desk to use as an alternative to doodling on a pad of paper!
I love all of The Oatmeal's books and this one is no different but it does have the bonus of being a colouring book for your self or for your kids (maybe) if you or anyone else are bored and want something to do!
Well worth buying and also check out his other books for some fantastic comic strips and drawings!
Es gibt viel mehr Gestaltungsmöglichkeiten als ich erwartet hatte, denn die Zeichnungen sind doch größer und detailierter als gedacht. Dementsprechend lange kann man dieses Buch gestalten.
Die Story bzw. die Geschichte sind natürlich etwas abgedroschen, aber darum geht es bei einem Malbuch auch nicht unbedingt. Wer die Illustrationen von "The Oatmeal" mag, wird sehr viel Spaß an diesem Buch haben, aber es ist durch die großen und detailierten Zeichnungen eben auch für den neutralen Ausmal-Fan sehr geeignet.
Das Papier ist nicht beschichtet, weshalb das Buch also auch mit gewöhnlichen Holzbuntstiften bearbeitet werden kann.
Reviewed in Canada on October 12, 2016