Ten pages of things that are red, from strawberries to fire trucks. A fun coloring booklet for young students learning their colors.

As anyone who has read my blog for long enough can tell, I am a firm proponent of representing the struggles of mental health in stories and media. I try to do it myself and I’m always looking for other media that does it as well. When someone I follow on twitter re-tweeted another comic author/artist and added a comment that this other author/artist did an amazing job representing mental health in her comic, I felt inclined to check it out. As always happens, I wound up not actually doing that for almost a month. I followed the author/artists on twitter and then promptly forget about the comic I was supposed to start reading. That was a huge mistake and I regret it immensely.

I went to go look up some stuff for more to write about and accidentally re-read the entire comic. Whoops. There’s just too much that’s wonderful about this comic for me to try to chop it down into a review. I suggest you read it for yourself . You’ll understand, then.

Ten pages of things that are red, from strawberries to fire trucks. A fun coloring booklet for young students learning their colors.

Ten pages of things that are red, from strawberries to fire trucks. A fun coloring booklet for young students learning their colors.

As anyone who has read my blog for long enough can tell, I am a firm proponent of representing the struggles of mental health in stories and media. I try to do it myself and I’m always looking for other media that does it as well. When someone I follow on twitter re-tweeted another comic author/artist and added a comment that this other author/artist did an amazing job representing mental health in her comic, I felt inclined to check it out. As always happens, I wound up not actually doing that for almost a month. I followed the author/artists on twitter and then promptly forget about the comic I was supposed to start reading. That was a huge mistake and I regret it immensely.

I went to go look up some stuff for more to write about and accidentally re-read the entire comic. Whoops. There’s just too much that’s wonderful about this comic for me to try to chop it down into a review. I suggest you read it for yourself . You’ll understand, then.

Red is the color of energy, passion, action, ambition and determination. It is also the color of anger and sexual passion.

O range  is the color of social communication and optimism. From a negative color meaning it is also a sign of pessimism and superficiality.

With the meaning of colors, in color psychology,  yellow  is the color of the mind and the intellect. It is optimistic and cheerful. However it can also suggest impatience, criticism and cowardice.

Ten pages of things that are red, from strawberries to fire trucks. A fun coloring booklet for young students learning their colors.

As anyone who has read my blog for long enough can tell, I am a firm proponent of representing the struggles of mental health in stories and media. I try to do it myself and I’m always looking for other media that does it as well. When someone I follow on twitter re-tweeted another comic author/artist and added a comment that this other author/artist did an amazing job representing mental health in her comic, I felt inclined to check it out. As always happens, I wound up not actually doing that for almost a month. I followed the author/artists on twitter and then promptly forget about the comic I was supposed to start reading. That was a huge mistake and I regret it immensely.

I went to go look up some stuff for more to write about and accidentally re-read the entire comic. Whoops. There’s just too much that’s wonderful about this comic for me to try to chop it down into a review. I suggest you read it for yourself . You’ll understand, then.

Red is the color of energy, passion, action, ambition and determination. It is also the color of anger and sexual passion.

O range  is the color of social communication and optimism. From a negative color meaning it is also a sign of pessimism and superficiality.

With the meaning of colors, in color psychology,  yellow  is the color of the mind and the intellect. It is optimistic and cheerful. However it can also suggest impatience, criticism and cowardice.

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