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A Handbook of Arts and Crafts

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4 out of 5
Based on 12 Ratings and 11 Reviews

Book Description
Designed as a handbook for primary art education pupils and practising teachers, this text presents classroom activities that promote and enhance creativity. Activities covered include applique, batik, eraser stamps, gouache, illumination, marionettes and stained glass windows.
Book Information
PublisherBrown & Benchmark
BindingSpiral-bound (9 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages368
ISBN-100697288242
ISBN-13978-0697288240
Publication Date07/26/1996
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About Philip R Wigg (Author) : Philip R Wigg is a published author. Published credits of Philip R Wigg include A Handbook of Arts and Crafts.
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