Brainstorm! Amazing Ideas and Astonishing Puzzles to Stretch Your Brain and Make You the Smartest Kid You Can be by Wendy Shimkovsi Ashton
  

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Brainstorm! Amazing Ideas and Astonishing Puzzles to Stretch Your Brain and Make You the Smartest Kid You Can be by Wendy Shimkovsi Ashton

Discover the fascinating history of postcards and creative how-tos for using old postcards and making new ones. Full of interesting trivia, kids learn how to make their own postcards, folding postcards, and postcard albums as well as how to create codes, send secret messages, and use unusual visual techniques. Ideal for both highly motivated students and those who will be thrilled by a short assignment.

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Paperback
32 pages

Author

Wendy Shimkovsi Ashton
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Publication date

30th November 1996

ISBN

9781551380322


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