Carpentry for Children

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Overlook Press, 1982 - Fiction - 208 pages
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A step-by-step guide to carrying out such carpentry projects as a tugboat, block set, birdhouse, candle chandelier, doll cradle, stilts, puppet theater, easel, raft, lemonade stand, and coaster car.

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Great Beginning Carpentry Book for Kids

User Review  - grammyy -

This book is a great beginning carpentry book. There are 12 projects here and the skills are progressive. Each project teaches specific skills that you use in the next project too. Kids are challenged learn something new and create fun and useful projects. We are very pleased. Read full review


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Walker is an award-winning architect.

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