The Everything Book: A Treasury of Things to Make and Do by. Eleanor Graham Vance, Trina Schart Hyman (Illustrator).
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Treasury of Things to Make and Do. by Eleanor Graham Vance. Coauthors & Alternates. Learn More at LibraryThing. ISBN 9780600331223 (978-0-600-33122-3) Hardcover, Hamlyn, 1975. Eleanor Graham Vance at LibraryThing.
Vance, Eleanor Graham. Published by Golden Press, 1974. Condition: Near Fine Hardcover. Bibliographic Details Publisher: Golden Press. From Picture Book Cottage (Ardmore, PA, . Price: US$ 3. 0 Convert Currency. Publication Date: 1974.
This book is so full of ideas. I am going to be teaching an after school art class and will be using projects from this book. Packed full of ideas and things to make. There's just something about these series that makes a craft idea look rich, and well-done. I think it's a little advanced for preschoolers, but that's just me. I like "Arts & Crafts Busy Book : 365 Activities" by Trish Kuffner, it has great ideas for that age level. There's just something about these series that makes a craft idea look rich, and well-done Keep in mind also that you will have to make your own templates for many of the projects.
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I have asked permission to dedicate this book to you not only in memory of the happy evenings I have spent with you in Saigon over the last five years, but also because I have quite shamelessly borrowed the location of your flat to house one of my characters, and your name, Phuong, for the convenience of readers because it is simple, beautiful. and easy to pronounce, which is not true of all your country-women's names.