NATURE CRAFTS by Ellsworth Jaeger

NATURE CRAFTS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Superficial treatment of a wide variety of crafts, making use only of natural materials such as rush, flint, shells, stones, gourds, nuts, driftwood, bark, twigs, wood, clay. Suggestive for trained instructors, but for the neophyte, the how-to-do aspect seems very sketchy. Necessary tools are few and inexpensive. Diagrams and drawings- not available with galleys- supplement the descriptive text. For camp libraries, etc.

Pub Date: Feb. 7th, 1950
Publisher: Macmillan