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My daughter loves Peppa Pig, so I knew she would love this. If you’re hoping for a coloring book, don’t get this, because it’s loose pages, but that was fine with me, I was going to take the book apart anyways to put in her clip box. I had to unfortunately take away 2 stars because this did not come with a pink marker (came with a light purple instead) which is kinda important considering all the pig family is pink skinned.
The ideal of mess free is good, and it does work that way. However, the markers dry quickly. We only used a couple of days with 3-4 times coloring, the markers don't work well already, the markers are too light now to color on the papers. Not a durable product unless buying additional markers.
Sighh. I thought this was a genius idea. Fun for my toddler and no mess for me. But he lost every cap on the market the first day, and they all dried out. Waste of money. Now I have pages left with no marker.
3.0 out of 5 starsFun coloring package for Peppa fans. Color on a delay. Would prefer more of a variety of colors
Reviewed in the United States on 13 January 2019
This is a nice set of Peppa Pig coloring pages and No-Mess markers (that is, markers that only show up on certain paper.) There is a nice collection of illustrations and 5 special markers which only make color on the special Crayola paper. When you color on the paper, there is a bit of a delay before the color shows up. It looks kind of cool, but it could be frustrating to perfectionist kids as it seems really easy to miss spaces. There are also some special illustrations that will show up when you color over them with the markers, which is pretty cool.
My main quibble with the set is the color selection. The colors are pink, light blue, teal, red and orange. The red and orange are a little too similar and the light blue and teal likewise. Pink is important for a pig, of course, but I would have liked a green or a purple or something.
My three year old, however, had no complaints. He really liked finding the hidden pictures. So much so that most of the sheets he has colored are just patches of colors over the hidden pictures (when he finds them.)