The Toymaker's Workshop Paper Toys You Can Make Yourself by Marilyn Scott-Waters
  

The Toymaker's Workshop Paper Toys You Can Make Yourself

Written by Marilyn Scott-Waters
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The Toymaker's Workshop Paper Toys You Can Make Yourself by Marilyn Scott-Waters

This title is suitable for children aged 8 years old and up. This fantastic follow up to The Toymaker's Christmas offers 11 new three-dimensional paper toys to pop out, fold up and glue together. Come to the workshop and construct a science fiction-inspired flying car; a Punch-and-Judy style theatre (complete with finger puppets); and, a pirate ship for racing to a gold-filled treasure chest and a magical 'Unicorn Forest' in a little peep box.

About the Author

Marilyn Scott-Waters is co-creator of the middle grade nonfiction series Haunted Histories, and her work includes the series The Search for Vile Things (Scholastic, 2008) and the paper engineering for Pop & Sniff Fruit (Piggy Toes Press, 2008).

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
48 pages
Interest Age: 8+

Author

Marilyn Scott-Waters
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Publisher

Sterling Juvenile

Publication date

7th September 2011

ISBN

9781402768514


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