When Londonist was a small child, we achieved fame and glory by coming second in a McDonalds colouring competition. We got to meet Ronald MacDonald. The real Ronald McDonald. He had the dubbed English accent and everything. We'll never scale those dizzy heights again, but the thrill of shading in pre-defined shapes to create vibrant pictures remains with us. So we're delighted to offer ten lucky winners a copy of the newly published Colouring Book London, from Prestel Publishing. Young artists get to colour in the dinosaurs at the Natural History Museum, or recreate the Turners at Tate Britain. It's the perfect solution for credit-crunched parents who can't afford to take their little ones to all the expensive bits of London this Easter. Or even for adults who enjoy touching up soldiers.
To stand a chance of winning one of the ten copies, simply leave your details below.