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...very useful ...very well laid out in regard to both text and
illustration ...enjoying it very much ...excellent.
Coombs, the host of Mr. Dressup, the beloved Canadian TV-program
for children, running for three decades, recently retired.)
like this book so much I made five of the gifts on the first day
I got it... Awsome...
I can't wait to make some of the great Christmas gifts. My teacher
wants some of the ideas for the art class too. My Nan always says
the gifts she really likes most are those I make myself. A book
to enjoy and use over and over and over again.
Stacey, age 8, Book Club Reviews in Growth Spurts Magazine)
A keeper for
kids... Good, budget-wise, new projects for children... If
you are a Scout leader, teacher, day care provider, or busy parent
looking for inexpensive but worthwhile projects for children,
send for this book -- immediately.
Douglis, Star-Tribune, Minneapolis , Minnesota. Marjie is an award-winning
handicrafter who has written and reviewed crafts, articles, and
crafts ...easy-to-follow instructions and clearly labeled diagrams
...requiring minimum adult supervision ...leads to attractive
creations. Highly recommended.
Weller, Canadian Children's Literature by Canadian Review Book
Annual. Joan Weller is the head librarian at the Ottawa Public
Library and the children's literature reviewer for the Ottawa
of adorable, kid-tested ideas and instructions to make welcome
gifts for any occasion ...easy-to-read language
in large print.
Price Gosch, Media Marketplace, Sew News)
offers dozens of craft ideas with the three
qualities most parents want --they're easy to make, they use materials
you already have in the house, and the results won't be embarrassing
if you take them to work and put them on your desk.
Sweetman, Just Kidding column, The Ottawa Citizen)
everywhere will adore these homemade gifts.
Harvey, Passions & Pastimes column, Toronto Star)
fantastic new book with gift ideas children can make without spending
a pile of money at a craft supply store.
Radcliffe, Home Ec., advisor for Grainews /FarmLife magazine)
step-by-step instructions ... makes crafts easy
for both young and older children.
N. Boyle, Home & School)
and I especially like this book... it
makes a nice gift for anyone who works with children.
Edis, 'Grandmas Column' in Golden Years)
parents still talk about having quality time with their children?
I have just received a book which will not only give you loads
of that, but will also give children an opportunity to express
their creativity without costing you a lot of money.
McKeever, The Oshawa Time Focus)
instructions, colour photographs and clear line drawings show
your kids how to turn ordinary household items into priceless
treasures. This book will keep young crafters busy
for zillions of fun-filled hours.
Plus, New Releases column)
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