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The Christmas Book

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Book Name: The Christmas Book

Author: Jane Bull

Publisher: Dorling Kindersley Limited

ISBN: 0789478730

Cover: Hardcover

# of Pages: 48

Illustrations: Color photos and patterns

Experience Required: Ages 4 - 8

Book Review

The craft ideas and baking activities in The Christmas Book are great for children to participate in doing. A lot of the crafts use recycled materials which is not only great for the environment, it means you probably already have the stuff on hand so the craft can be done shortly after the children show an interest in the project. Some of the pages are a bit cluttered because the instructions are scattered around amongst the illustrations, materials list and various hints and tips. The craft instructions lack the organization of the numbered step-by-step format, which is very clear and straightforward. There are lines pointing to the illustrations from the text accompanying them. The illustrations, however, are so inspiring that you want to make the craft because the images are so colorful and attractive. The colorful photos of the craft making process are what make the book a success with children because they are so visual and this assists them in successfully crafting the project in which they are interested.


  • Make Your Own Advent Box
  • 3-D Greeting Cards
  • Angel Head Ornament
  • Snowman Gift Box
  • Ice Light
  • Rudolph & Snowflake Stockings

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