Christmas Make and Do Craft Ideas Inspired by the Story of the First Christmas by Gillian Chapman, Christine Chapman
  

Synopsis

Christmas Make and Do Craft Ideas Inspired by the Story of the First Christmas by Gillian Chapman, Christine Chapman

Lets you make cards and wrapping paper, decorations, an advent calendar and the nativity tableau. This title features practical step-by-step craft ideas to keep children busy in Advent while teaching them the story and meaning of the events of the First Christmas. It emphasizes on using inexpensive materials and equipment, where possible.

About the Author

Gillian Chapman studied at Harrow Art School and graduated with a Diploma in Illustration. She has worked with a number of major UK publishers including the BBC, Walker Books, Collins and Exley. In addition to illustrating, writing and designing over 40 children's books she has experience of working with children in schools and libraries. She is now based in the South of England and enjoys all kinds of craftwork, photography and gardening.

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Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: 7-11

Author

Gillian Chapman, Christine Chapman
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Publisher

Barnabas an imprint of BRF (The Bible Reading Fellowship)

Publication date

17th September 2004

ISBN

9781841013503


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