|Cool Stamps by Pam Price|
Kids love to collect stuff! This fun series, Cool
Collections, introduces young readers to cool collections
in an easy-to-read format. Each book contains facts about
collecting that will inspire the reader to start his or her own collection.
|Kids Knitting by Melanie Falick|
Think you're too young? Think you're too old? Through
15 easy projects, from bouncy bean bags to a rolled-edge sweater,
author Melanie Falick teaches kids of all ages how to knit. Using
straightforward language, step-by-step instructions, and candy-colored
illustrations, beginners learn the basics, including finger-knitting, casting on and
binding off, the knit, purl, and stockinette stitches, knitting in the round, and
Knitting occupies idle hands. Knitting broadens attention spans. You can knit
when you sit or when you stand. You can knit in a car or in a van. Knitting's
not hard-anyone can. So cast on and bind off for adventures in kids knitting!
|Bake it Up! by Rose Dunnington|
Kids rule int he kitchen...when it comes to baking these delicious
recipes for breakfasts, lunches, dinners, desserts, and more. Get
the lowdown on a few simple cooking basics and then take your
pick from treats like biscuits that pull apart into layers of yummy goodness;
brownies loaded with rich chocolate flavor; chicken fingers that are healthier
than the fast food kind because they're baked; and a pie filled with luscious
ice cream and topped with whipped cream and cherries. Everyone will
want to try one of your delectable creations!
|The Jumbo Book of Magic Tricks by Bob Longe|
Hundreds of amazing, unbelievable tricks include all the
secrets that a magician can pull out of a hat. And what a variety! Coins,
cards, mind reading, dice, and more: they're all here and with patter included.
Even perform fascinating examples of "hypnotism." Most of the tricks
are impromptu, and those that aren't require very little preparation.
Best of all: every one of them is within your grasp.