A is for airplane, M is for merry-go-round, and V is for vegetables! Kids will love learning their ABCs with this vintage-illustrated book full of animals, toys, and much more.
Kathleen Krull, recipient of the Children's Book Guild 2011 Non-fiction Award and many other accolades, once again does what she does so well—illuminating the life of an important figure in history, art, and culture with her informative but approachable writing style.
-And even a lunar lander
With step-by-step instructions on how to fold and inflate rockets into three-dimensional crafts, this origami how to book also features directions on the best methods of throwing their rockets and making them soar. In addition, advanced paper folders will learn how to develop new designs and experiment with making rockets that will go farther, higher, and faster.
No cutting or gluing required! With Origami Rockets, even beginners can create flying machines with only paper and air.