“Harry Potter” Fans Have Even More Coloring to Do!

Keep those crayons at the ready!

Before fans even had the chance to get their hands on Harry Potter: The Official Coloring Book that we covered here, we’ve learned of the upcoming release of three additional 96-page books centered on more specific areas of our beloved book and film series:

Set to arrive on January 26, 2016, in the US is Harry Potter Creatures Coloring Book. A fearsome Ukrainian Ironbelly, devilish Cornish pixie, and menacing mermaid take center stage on this book’s (not final) cover. Check out the publisher’s description below, and find Amazon’s pre-order page here.

This gorgeous coloring book is filled with detailed illustrations of the magical creatures from the Harry Potter films. From the ghostly blue merpeople to fiery red Fawkes, Dumbledore’s phoenix, the vibrant creatures of the wizarding world are yours to design and color. Featuring creatures found in the Forbidden Forest and the Great Lake, as well as those from Hogwarts itself, these minutely detailed drawings offer hours of creative and relaxing fun.

Due for release on March 29, 2016, in the US is Harry Potter Magical Places & Characters Coloring Book. Its (not final) cover features a sweeping view of Hogwarts Castle and its surrounding greenery, with Harry swooping by up above on his Nimbus 2000. Find the publisher’s description below, and head here for Amazon’s pre-order page.

Explore the many places and characters of the Harry Potter films through the magic of color. From the enchanted ceiling of the Great Hall at Hogwarts to the garish tones of the Dursley’s [sic] living room, this deluxe coloring book is filled with intricate images that bring fan-favorite wizarding locales to life. With pages of designs inspired by the characters themselves, this coloring book has something for every Harry Potter fan.

Last but not least, coming to stores on June 28, 2016, in the US is Harry Potter Artifacts Coloring Book. Objects such as Hermione’s Time-Turner necklace and the Hufflepuff Cup are included on this book’s (not final) cover. Read on for the publisher’s description, and find Amazon’s pre-order page here.

Featuring intricate line drawings inspired by the Harry Potter films, this stunning coloring book gives readers the opportunity to color their way through over eighty pages of detailed artifacts and props. From wands, potions bottles, and brooms to Voldemort’s Horcruxes and the enchanted textbooks and paintings of Hogwarts, the complex designs in this coloring book offer hours of relaxation and artistic fun. Quirky and imaginative, this incredible follow-up to the best-selling Harry Potter Coloring Book is the perfect gift for fans of all ages.

Which of these books do you plan on adding to your shelf in 2016? Luckily, we’ll all have a bit of time between then and the release of the first official coloring book this November. Sound off in the comments below!