This is an even more mundane colouring book [compared to My Paint]. It contains a number of line drawings of scenes from the canine musical movie, each accompanied by a snatch of soundtrack. You move the pointer over the colour you want to use and click the button, then move the pointer over the area you want to paint that colour and click the button again, and fills it in.
Computer paint books are satisfying in a way for young kids, because they can't colour over the edges the way they can with crayons, and because they can change any colour at any time. This means that they can happily spend a few minutes absorbed in the task of getting it right - and, of course, none of the changes are saved, so each time the title is restarted there's a blank canvas again.
I'm sure the kids will want to show Mum the results; but one of the drawbacks about this colouring book idea is that they can't hang it on the wall. Go on, be nice to you kids: give 'em some powder paints and let 'em get dirty instead!