Each of the clever book kits in this series is filled with great little challenges to do something creative. All of the odds and ends that you will need are included along with books of instruction and pads of paper, cards, spinner, paints, jingle bells, drumsticks, string... well, just a lot of items that a kid would need to keep busy and happy. These are not for children under four because of the small parts. From about eight and up they will not devour all the little helpful pieces and also get the most out of the things they can make and do.
Rainbo Electronic Reviews published this review in our February, 2001 issue.
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