Reviews for African-American Crafts Kids Can Do!
Horn Book Guide Reviews 2007 Spring
Each book contains ten simple craft projects that can be made from commonly found materials (e.g., yarn, straws). The directions are clear and easy to follow, although some of the crafts are uninspired. [cf2]Hispanic[cf1] is more generally culturally oriented (projects include piñatas and maracas), while [cf2]African[cf1] links its projects with famous people (for George Washington Carver: peanut shells used as planters). Reading list, websites. Ind. [Review covers these Multicultural Crafts Kids Can Do! titles: [cf2]African-American Crafts Kids Can Do![cf1] and [cf2]Hispanic-American Crafts Kids Can Do![cf1]] Copyright 2007 Horn Book Guide Reviews.