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Very good. Very Good Hard cover. No dust jacket. Pages clean, Heavy Constructed Cover. Cover clean with few creases, binding tight. Very clean and tight book. Ships from WA-USPS. 112 p. Includes illustrations. Product Dimensions: 11 x 6.8 x 1.1 inches, Hard cover; illustrated. Very Good Soft Cover. Pages clean, Heavy Constructed Cover. Cover clean with few creases, binding tight. Very clean and tight book. Ships from WA-USPS Product Dimensions: 11 x 6.8 x 1.1 inches, Hard cover; illustrated. Written in the simplest terms and requiring only the simplest tools and methods, these child-tested instructions for making toys and games out of the most unlikely materials can be understood and utilized by children of all aged-even those who have long forgotten the art of folding paper hats and the rules for kick-the-can. Clearly illustrated and filled with advice for sensible conservation techniques, this book by Leonard Todd, a New York architectural designer and writer is as useful and practical as it is a delight to` read. Non-fiction; Toys; Art; Crafts
Chas. B. Slackman. Near Fine. Book Unlettered brown cloth spine, brown cardboard covers, red remainder stripe along fore-edge, price sticker ghost front cover. Photos: Carl Fischer. No names, clean text. "A Subsistence Press Book." 12111 shelf.
In the good old days, before the era of recycling, kids knew how to make scooters out of orange crates, puppets out of old newspapers and walkie talkies out of tin cans. Nowadays we buy shiny bikes, talking dolls, and educational toys for our children and worry about the amount of trash we throw away every day. Here at last is a book that can correct this absurd state of affairs. Actually making toys out of trash IS recycling. Drawings by Charles B. Slackman, photographs by Carl Fischer, published by Viking Press, 1974. This 112 page book is bound in cloth and cardboard and is in good sound condition with a previous owner's name on free standing otherwise blank endpaper. Great projects to do with your children. acxx.
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