Go-Carts, Catapults and Midnight Feasts 101 Vintage Pastimes for Modern Kids by Catherine Cox


Go-Carts, Catapults and Midnight Feasts 101 Vintage Pastimes for Modern Kids by Catherine Cox

Ever wondered how to make a bow and arrow or build a box castle? Or wanted to grow crystals in vinegar or bend water with a balloon? If so, this is the book for you. Divided into four fun-filled chapters, 'Outdoor and Adventurous', 'Science and Nature', 'Arts and Crafts' and 'Rainy Day', this interactive book contains 101 exciting activities and traditional pastimes for young, intelligent boys and girls keen to explore the world and learn new skills. It also contains space to tick off each activity as it is completed. This book is guaranteed to encourage you to switch off the TV, shut down the computer and get lost in hours of old-fashioned fun ...and perhaps a little bit of mischief!

About the Author

Catherine Cox is a teacher, artist, and freelance illustrator, and her drawings have been used in six publications to date.

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224 pages


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Publication date

1st June 2015



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