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Новые поделки для детей к праздникам (All New Crafts for Kwanzaa)Название: All New Crafts for Kwanzaa (Новые поделки для детей к праздникам)
Автор: Kathy Ross, Sharon Lane Holm
Издательство: Millbrook Press
Год: 2007
ISBN: 0822571234, 9780822571230
Страниц: 50
Иллюстрации: Цветные
Язык: English
Формат: PDF с закладками
Размер файла: 10.7 Мб

Издание о поделках для детей. Четкие инструкции с полезными цветными пошаговыми иллюстрациями. При описании материалов, необходимых для каждого проекта, дается не только словесный список, но и иллюстрации, что облегчает детям понимание, делая описание наглядным. Приятная книжка, оформленная в "детском" стиле.
Children's Literature
This newest edition in the "All-New Holiday Crafts for Kids" series focuses on crafts that kids can do for Kwanzaa. There are multiple types of crafts, and clear instructions with helpful step-by-step color illustrations. When describing the supplies needed for each craft, the items are not only listed, but an illustration allows young readers to understand what the item is if they do not recognize the name. Also, one craft says to "ask a grown-up to poke a small hole," when it is an activity that could use adult supervision. The first few craft ideas also teach a little about the holiday. For example, the first craft is "woven mat." Above the title the reader can learn that "the mkeka is a mat on which the symbols of Kwanzaa are placed." Nevertheless, when readers get to the crafts at the end of the book, instead of learning more about Kwanzaa or learning why the particular craft relates to Kwanzaa, there are just random sentences. For example, one craft is called a "reminder bookmark." The sentence above that craft reads, "This bookmark is the perfect gift for a friend or sibling who needs help getting library books back on time." There is no mention as to why this craft is in a Kwanzaa book. Although there are many nice craft ideas, the book sometimes lacks the important relevance to Kwanzaa.
School Library Journal
K-Gr 3-A new version of the author's Crafts for Kwanzaa (Millbrook, 1994). Some of the projects are similar to those in the older title, but the introductory "Celebrating Kwanzaa," which touches on the origin of the holiday and explains that the language of Swahili is used to name the symbols, has been omitted. Careless editing includes run-on words with no spaces between them and an isolated reference to kikombe cha umoja, whose definition appears much earlier. One cannot assume that children will read a craft book cover to cover. Additional.-Susan Patron, Los Angeles Public Library Copyright 2006 Reed Business Information.
All New Crafts for Kwanzaa
Title page
Copyright info
Woven Mat
Unity Cup
Nguzo Saba Favor
Harvest Bowl Place Card
Corn Magnet
No-Fire Kwanzaa Candles
Bendera Notepad
Woven Corn Photo Card
Kwanzaa Bookmark
Corn Favor
Kwanzza Photo Line
Beaded Corn Pin
Reminder Bookmark
Kwanzaa Snack Dishes
Wire Craft Necklace
Beaded Cuff Bracelet
Beaded Doll
Harvest Coasters
"Light the Candles" Kwanzaa Card
Wooden Cup Pin
Nut Hulls Shaker
Cookie Drum Favor
About the Author and Artist

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