Lincoln Logs Building Manual: Graphic Instructions for 37 World-Famous Designs

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Sterling Publishing Company, Inc., Dec 1, 2007 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 144 pages
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For generations, children have loved playing with LINCOLN LOGS building sets and discovering just how inventive they can be. The brainchild of John Lloyd Wright (son of the famous architect), these interlocking logs open up endless possibilities for kids: anything a child can dream up, he or she can build. Plus, every time kids place the logs in position, they’re enhancing their manual dexterity.
But there is one thing this wonderful plaything has never had: a detailed manual that explains exactly how to create specific projects. Finally, it’s here, complete with an interactive, easy-to-use CD-ROM that lets children (and probably more than a few grownups with fond memories!) go straight to the directions they need. Blueprints lay out every step that goes into constructing a bank, barn, farmhouse, firehouse, frontier tower, multiple cabins, and much more.  
 

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