Photo-illustrated in color and preceded by recipes for making, coloring and drying your own clay dough are a few brief but...

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CLAY-DOUGH, PLAY-DOUGH

Photo-illustrated in color and preceded by recipes for making, coloring and drying your own clay dough are a few brief but adequate directions for creating animals (beginning with makes and snails), jewelry (beads, bracelets, pins and pendants), tiles and mobiles, cars with wheels that turn and even ""stained glass"" decorations in which the clay forms the ""leaded"" frame and the filling is melted hard candy. Except for the last example, a normally imaginative child or leader should do just as well without a book to guide him; call this a very first book for the timid who need a printed prod.

Pub Date: April 12, 1974

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: -

Publisher: Walker

Review Posted Online: N/A

Kirkus Reviews Issue: April 1, 1974