Cinco de Mayo Crafts

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Enslow Elementary, 2005 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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It is Cinco de Mayo and everyone is in the mood to celebrate. Using these easy-to-follow directions and traceable patterns, readers can make sun stone sun prints like the Aztecs did, blooming flowers to decorate their house, a sombrero to get in the spirit of the holiday, and more!

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User Review  - Melissa Wehunt - Goodreads

For a celebration that is so full of color and life, this book is awfully dull. Plus, the crafts are just sort of so-so. Personally, I think you'd do better looking for ideas online. Read full review

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Gnojewski enjoys working with children to develop stories and dramas. She received her B.A. in Children's Theatre and Creative Writing from Northwestern University and an M.Ed. in Creative Arts Curriculum Studies from Lesley University, Cambridge. She lives in the Pacific Northwest.