Every time we mention The Moomins it proves to be very popular. I suspect The Moomin Colouring Book from Macmillan Children's Books will be no different.
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We have featured the work of Mel Elliott in the past, including the 1980s Bumper Activity Book, the Colour Me Good 90s book and Colour Me Good Chairs. Now she has dedicated herself to one person in particular with the David Bowie Colouring Book.
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He was responsible for the Detroit 67 book and now Stuart Cosgrove returns with what sounds like another winner - Young Soul Rebels: A Personal History of Northern Soul.
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This sounds like the book we should written, but we were beaten to it by Caroline Clifton-Mogg, which has produced Modern Retro: From Rustic to Urban, Classic to Colourful.
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If you use Twitter and follow David Hepworth, you might have noticed him plugging a Spotify playlist promoting the merits of music releases from 1971. It seems it was for a good reason, to bolster interest in 1971 - Never a Dull Moment: Rock's Golden Year.
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If you love classic soul or simply love music, you might want to check out Motown: The Sound of Young America, a substantial new hardback publication from Thames and Hudson.
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