Isn’t everything that Lisa Frank makes for adults?

The books will be available at Dollar General in July, which seems like the right promotional choice. I imagine this coming generation will also love Lisa Frank, because their parents are steeped in nostalgia for her work, but in a weird way I find Lisa Frank very grown up:

No kids think this:

Lisa Frank is for adults pretending to be kids, which is exactly what adult coloring books are for. People who need to take a break in the colorful past, which was never really as good as Lisa Frank presents it:


Obviously, any coloring book can be for adults, if you have enough gel pens and time to retrace your memories, staying in the lines in a way you never could as a kid. It’s impossible to really recreate that wild energy that couldn’t be contained, no matter how many rainbows you search for it under.