I Can Make Art

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Owl Books, 1997 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 31 pages

Yes! Kids can make art that are fun, great-looking, and easy to make.

I Can Make Art will show you how. Classic forms made simple result in pieces that young artists with proudly display. Using common household odds and ends, construction is no fuss, no mess, with no complicated instructions. So open this book, let your imagination and creativity fly, and let's make art

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About the author (1997)

Mary Wallace is an award-winning artist, craftsperson and former elementary school teacher. She has spent more than fifteen years teaching and inspiring children to create innovative crafts. Mary's special gift for ingenious craft designs turns the ordinary into the extraordinary in books for children of all ages -- from "How to Make Great Stuff for Your Room," named a Notable Children's Book by the Canadian Library Association, to the Parent's Choice award-winning "I Can Make" series of books of crafts for young children. Mary teaches at a school of fine arts in Ontario.

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