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All New Crafts for Mother's and Father's Day (All New Holiday Crafts for Kids) Paperback – March 1, 2007
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Grade 1–5—Characteristic of her previous titles, Ross gives directions in short, simple, numbered steps. Each project includes clear and colorful illustrations to help elucidate the texts. Supplies needed are given at the beginning of each activity. Crafts suggested in Mother's Day are rather ordinary and unimaginative. Some of the ideas in Farm Animals may be too difficult for the youngsters who are actually learning about these animals. For example, the "Egg-Laying Chicken," while clever, will take many helping hands to glue a cuff from a sock inside a cardboard party hat. Yet the fairly simple "Floating Ducklings," made from two makeup sponges, would be easy enough for young children. The strongest book of the three is the Girlfriends' Get-Together Craft Book, in which the author suggests a clever design for a T-shirt, possibly to cover a stain, and two gift ideas such as decorating pushpins or thumbtacks or embellishing an art frame to hang pierced earrings. Pick and choose among these supplemental titles.—Blair Christolon, Prince William Public Library System, Manassas, VA
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