Adult coloring books are very popular right now, and why shouldn't they be? They help you decompress, destress and relax. In some ways, many of us have never stopped coloring. We color when we're hanging out with kids, and we color in letters or whatever we can find when we're bored.
Adult coloring is just an extension of continuing our coloring traditions and it's quite a healthy activity.
There are many different types of adult coloring books, with everything from graphic designs, to flowers, to artworks from our favorite artists. But the most magical, and the ones that are extra fun to color in, are the Harry Potter coloring books.
Most of us have probably read the Harry Potter books, seen the movies, and some lucky people have even visited The Wizarding World of Harry Potter amusement parks. Harry Potter is a multi-reaching franchise with merchandise, magic camps, and even a play called "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child" that's set to open in London in the summer of 2016.
We know the characters, the adventures, and the locations of the Harry Potter books very well. The familiarity of the Harry Potter world translates well to coloring books, as it's magical, fun and creative.
Will we ever get tired of Harry, Ron, Hermione, and their adventures? It's not likely, and there are more books coming soon, including the Harry Potter Artifacts Coloring Book.
And people don't just color and then stick the book away in a drawer — many like to share their finished work on Instagram.
While we may not be able to wear a cloak of invisibility, play a rousing game of Quidditch, or even drink ourselves silly on actual butterbeer, we can still lose ourselves in the wonder of the Harry Potter world with coloring.
You don't need to be a child to enjoy coloring, you just need to be someone with a fantastic imagination, creativity, and someone who can find joy in putting any color they choose on a page.