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Crabtree Pub., 1998 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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The Craft Workshop Series combines spectacular photographs and illustrations with a wealth of imaginative projects drawn from a variety of cultures. Full-color photographs of folk art from around the world are accompanied by original children's work commissioned especially for this series.Each book features:
-- six carefully chosen works of art
-- lively information about their history and purpose in their culture
-- materials and techniques used in their creation
-- easy-to-follow craft activities for children based on the same techniquesDistinctive examples from around the world are featured in Models which explains the significance of each model in its culture. Young readers are shown how to make models using clay, salt dough, wood, fabric, papier mache and recycled materials from around the house.Crafts include:
-- Native North American kachina dolls
-- a toy theater
-- Japanese lucky cat money boxes
-- African nkondes, or two-headed hunters

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