Making Puppets Come Alive: How to Learn and Teach Hand Puppetry

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Dover Publications, Jan 1, 1997 - Crafts & Hobbies - 192 pages
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"The best book on hand puppetry we've seen." — The Whole Kids Catalog. Lucid, easy-to-follow book teaches beginners how to create a full working range of puppet motions and emotions. Also covers elements of good puppet theatrical technique: voice use and synchronization, stage deportment and interactions, improvisation, simple staging, lighting effects, and more. All clearly explained and beautifully illustrated.

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This book covers exactly what its title says and does it extremely well. It focuses on basics and has many illustrations to make its point. Read full review


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