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Is Acting Like a Grown-Up Overrated?

30 going on 10: Adults these days are choosing coloring books and superheroes over mortgages and marriage licenses.

Yalonda Green—who has a PhD in humanities, cultural studies, and poetry—first stumbled upon her adult love of coloring while working as a children’s library assistant at the Louisville Free Public Library in Kentucky. “When the kids were doing the coloring pages, I would sit and do them too. I noticed that when I colored with them, I felt relaxed and at peace. Eventually, I went to the dollar store, bought some colored pencils and coloring books. I started coloring at home and sharing my coloring on Facebook,” says Green.

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Anti-Hillary Clinton Coloring Book Published by Republican PAC

A coloring book war goes outside the lines of traditional partisan conflict

Photo: Handout via Ulysses Press

Republican PAC America Rising has published its very own “response” pages to last year's Hillary Clinton coloring book Hillary: The Coloring Book by Ulysses Press, essentially sparking a partisan coloring book battle. Which is definitely (not at all sarcastically) what America needs right now.

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