HANDICRAFTS FOR HOLIDAYS by Janet & Alex D'Amato

HANDICRAFTS FOR HOLIDAYS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Mostly these are the sort of programmed projects that little Nancy (or Tom or Dick) makes in kindergarten and first grade and second grade and on until she leaves such foolishness behind in high School; they keep children busy, teachers complacent and mothers tactful. The examples in this collection are, if anything, more gimmicky and less creative than usual, descending to directions for specific rebus valentines and specific ""space age"" birthday cards. There are decorations, invitations, place cards and geegaws--hardly handicrafts, and very expendable

Pub Date: Oct. 1st, 1967
Publisher: Lion