LET'S MAKE PAPER DOLLS by Vivian Huff

LET'S MAKE PAPER DOLLS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Unless you consider the black hands working with the white paper in these dull gray photos a big enough plus (and why should you?), you'll be hard put to justify a book that does absolutely nothing but show its readers how to accordian-fold a strip of paper, cut half a human form from the folded mass, and untold for a chain of paper dolls. The idea might rate a spread in a children's magazine--if most kids didn't know the trick already.

Pub Date: March 1st, 1978
Publisher: Harper & Row