Crafty: Crafty Things to Make and Do

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Dorling Kindersley Limited, 2008 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 48 pages
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Bring out your kids creative side with craft and activity expert Jane Bull

Inspire your child's creativity and imagination with this arty activity book. From crazy knitting ideas to Pirate Pete beanbags, choose from 50 fun crafty projects to beat the boredom blues.

Best of all, easy-to-follow instructions, detailed step-by-steps and use of everyday material means your child's confidence will soar when they really do achieve a cool craft creation.

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About the author (2008)

By seeing the world through a child's eyes, Jane Bull's fresh, original, and energetic designs inspire children to get crafty

For as long as Jane Bull can remember, she's been interested in art, particularly making things. By 1979 Jane was working in publishing for Mitchell Beazley and then went onto to join Dorling Kindersley in 1982.

Since then Jane has been involved in an enormous range of books for adults and children (including activity books, many of the My First Books, Brilliant Disguises and Clever Costumes), as well as helping to form the look of the hugely successful Eyewitnessseries.

Her latest collection is published by DK and takes activity books to a new vibrant level. Including the award-winning- Change Your Room, The Christmas Book, The Sunny Day Book, The Cooking Bookand her latest title, The Crafty Art Book,this range has a book to inspire every child to get creative.

Jane lives in London and has three children of her own to practice out her crafty ideas on.

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