Finger Fun [With Thread, Poms and 2 Washable Markers] (Hardcover)
Downtown Bookworks, 9781935703372, 46pp.
Publication Date: September 20, 2011
List Price: 9.99*
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This adorable book offers hundreds of ideas and demonstrates how to use the colored markers, yarn, glue dots, googlies, and adhesive felt accessories to transform fingers large and small into first-class entertainment. One-stop snacking for beautiful birds and butterflies. What could be healthier entertainment than observing wildlife? This compact kit is packed with the information and items needed to attract the loveliest backyard visitors. Instructions for planting the perfect, foolproof butterfly garden also come with the seeds to make it happen. Nectar recipes and directions for easy-to-make bird feeders come with the red ribbon needed to hang them up (hummingbirds love red ). Butterfly and bird IDs will also help kids recognize the most common species. Don't forget to transform the blister pack into a butterfly pool Ten Fingers, Endless Possibilities This adorable, imaginative book offers hundreds of ideas for truly "hand"made fun. Simple, yet sensational, the pages of Finger Fun demonstrate how anyone can use the colored markers, yarn, googlies, and adhesive felt accessories in the kit to transform fingers large and small into first-class entertainment. From Secret Codes to Tricks of the Trade for Real Life Spy Kids This compact, action-packed book and kit will enable kids to take fingerprints, communicate in code, disguise themselves, build a periscope, craft secret hiding places, and much, much more. They'll even learn a bit about some famous historical spies. Whether the focus is spying on a sibling or playing James Bond, Spy Games provides smart, easy access to the exciting world of espionage.
About the Author
Pam Abrams is the author of CAN YOU PUSH THE BUTTON?, GADGETOLOGY, NOW I EAT MY ABCs, and co-author of THE ONLY BAKE SALE BOOK YOU'LL EVER NEED. She is also the former Editor of CHILD Magazine.