Crafty Girl: Fun and Games: Things to Make and Do

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Chronicle Books, May 1, 2001 - Young Adult Nonfiction - 120 pages
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Bored in the backyard? Restless in your room? What's a crafty girl to do? Plenty, that's what. With a copy of Crafty Girl: Fun and Games at her side, a crafty girl will quit the bored game and start playing her very own crafty board game. With more than forty fantastic ideas for activities that will make any time a good time, Crafty Girl: Fun and Games wrestles boredom down on the mat and makes it cry for mercy. Go nuts in the kitchen with Kitchen Sink Cookies and other kooky experiments, get busy with a hallway bowling tournament or an afternoon of backyard croquet, whip up a batch of homemade art supplies and start on that masterpiece. Whatever her mood, a crafty girl can find the goods in Crafty Girl: Fun and Games. From Custom Car Bingo to Magical Mini-Golf, Crafty Girl: Fun and Games is every girl's handbook for crafty good times.

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Contents

Introduction
Color Chemistry
Spy Supplies and Mad Scientis
Copyright

About the author (2001)

Jennifer Traig who has a Ph.D. in Literature, but thinks she should have a Ph.D. in Crafts, because in school she spent far more time crafting than studying. She lives, writes, and crafts in San Francisco.

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