African Accents: Fabrics and Crafts to Decorate Your Home Paperback – October 1, 1999
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YA-This book offers an exciting glimpse at West African cultures and presents beautiful, tangible, and useful items reflective of those cultures for readers to make. Shepard includes Korhogo cloths, Kente stools, Mud cloth desk clocks, and other traditional art objects and describes their history and symbolism. YAs will appreciate the MTV style of organization and flow. Dramatic photographs of the projects and of West Africans creating traditional art are included. Easy-to-understand drawings and directions assist readers. Most projects are suitable for home and school. Young people will likely be attracted to the wall hanging and rug sections. An eye-catching presentation that has broad appeal.-Brie Weisman, Family Resource Center, Coos County, NH
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I must have bought 10 other books on exotic decor, ethnic decor and this is the only one that really thrilled me.