BEAU CABELL/THE TELEGRAPHKristie Lanier, of Bonaire, looks at coloring books for adults at Barnes & Noble in Macon, where store managers say they're having a difficult time keeping up with the demand. Lanier said she was buying them for her two children -- ages 20 and 16 -- who are studying for final exams. "They're kind of a de-stresser," she said of the therapeutic effects.
BEAU CABELL/THE TELEGRAPHKristie Lanier, of Bonaire, looks at coloring books for adults at Barnes & Noble in Macon, where store managers say they're having a difficult time keeping up with the demand. Lanier said she was buying them for her two children -- ages 20 and 16 -- who are studying for final exams. "They're kind of a de-stresser," she said of the therapeutic effects. BEAU CABELL bcabell@macon.com
BEAU CABELL/THE TELEGRAPHKristie Lanier, of Bonaire, looks at coloring books for adults at Barnes & Noble in Macon, where store managers say they're having a difficult time keeping up with the demand. Lanier said she was buying them for her two children -- ages 20 and 16 -- who are studying for final exams. "They're kind of a de-stresser," she said of the therapeutic effects. BEAU CABELL bcabell@macon.com