Fun for Kids III An Index to Children's Craft Books by Marion F. Gallivan
  

Synopsis

Fun for Kids III An Index to Children's Craft Books by Marion F. Gallivan

This all-new supplement indexes information on children's crafts from over 300 books, all published since 1991 and commonly found in schools and public libraries. All projects are suitable for children with grade levels indicated in each citation. The index also distinguishes crafts by nationality and holiday. Books are arranged by main entry followed by the craft index itself, arranged by the names of projects, and by an index for the type of materials used. A list of Web sites provides even more ideas. Books are selectively indexed to include crafts suitable for Pre-K to grade 8. Reviews of the previous volumes: ...Will be needed in most reference collections. -BOOKLIST ...An excellent and much needed resource book for teachers, librarians and craft aficionados. -GIFTED/CREATIVE/TALENTED CHILDREN

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That this book is on its 3rd volume proves that the title has withstood the test of time. The book is ideal for elementary school libraries and in the reference collection of children's and young adult collections in public libraries. American Reference Books Annual

About the Author

Marion Gallivan is Director of Nash Library, Gannon University, Erie, Pennsylvania.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
320 pages

Author

Marion F. Gallivan
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Publisher

Scarecrow Press

Publication date

25th February 2002

ISBN

9780810842564


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