THE LITTLE KID'S AMERICANA CRAFT BOOK by Jackie Vermeer

THE LITTLE KID'S AMERICANA CRAFT BOOK

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Quilled paper (it's cut into strips and rolled) might indeed have been an Early American craft but we doubt that colonial children combined it with felt pen drawings. That's Vermeer's first project, and the last is similarly anachronistic--a totem pole made out of coffee cans. In between are brief directions for other cut paper activities, reverse painting, and making God's eyes (stretching the Americana theme), candles, cornhusk dolls, kites and other toys and objects too familiar to need further exposure. Redundant.

Pub Date: Nov. 25th, 1975
Publisher: Taplinger