Clever Letters: Fun Ways to Wiggle Your Words

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Pleasant Company Publications, 1997 - Crafts & Hobbies - 96 pages
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This isn't a book about how to write a proper letter--it's a book that makes writing and doodling more fun. Here's where girls will find super stationery ideas, crafty note-folding techniques, top-secret codes, fun lettering styles, silly sign-offs, and more. Illustrations.

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i got this book for christmas/birthday when i was around 10, its really detailed and made me wish i had a penpal. there are so many neat ideas for creative ways to write a letter or note. i wish i could remember more, it was a great book, i remember reading it over and over.

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AGES 8 & Up. This is clever enough for young adults = & Me!! Very enjoyable! Read full review


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Laura Allen is cofounder of Greywater Action (http: // and has spent many years exploring low-tech, sustainable water solutions. She leads classes and workshops, including the first training program for professional greywater installers, and participates in writing state-level greywater and composting toilet codes. She lives in Los Angeles, California.

Charlotte Zolotow, an author, editor, publisher, and educator, has one of the most distinguished reputations in the field of children's literature. She has written more than seventy books for young readers, including such picture-book classics as "Mr. Rabbit and the Lovely Present," Mrs. Zolotow lives in upstate New York.
Valerie Coursen's first book, "Mordant's Wish," was highly praised and earned her a Cuffie Award for Best New Illustrator. She lives in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, with her husband and three children.

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