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Crabtree Pub., 1998 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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The Craft Workshop series draws upon the wealth of existing crafts found in different cultures around the world. Each book provides lively information about six carefully chosen works of art and shows how to make crafts based on the same techniques. Features: * two-page spreads show crafts & techniques used by folk artists * two-page spreads show children how to use these techniques in their own crafts Activities include: * Hopi kachina dolls * a tepee camp * Japanese lucky cat money box * African nkonde figure, or two-headed hunter

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