25 screen-free activities to make, bake, play, and do

Weekendtivity 25 screen-free activities to make, bake, play, and do
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Format: Paperback / softback, 38 Pages
ISBN: 9781682971437
Publisher: QEB Publishing
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The author

Fiona Hayes has illustrated, designed and written children's books for nearly 20 years, and has worked with children and adults on a wide range of craft projects. She has always loved making things, from baking to all sorts of crafts. From her point of view, things you make are always better than anything you can buy, and best of all, creating wonderful stuff makes you and everyone else smile!

Carolyn Gavin is a Canadian illustrator based in Toronto who gets her inspiration from nature and animals. Her favourite flowers include magnolia, frangipani, tulips, orchids and rununcular.

Jessica Secheret was born in the late 1970s in a small French town and currently lives in Paris with her daughter, drawing for children’s books, magazines and advertising in France and abroad.

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Format: Paperback / softback, 38 Pages
ISBN: 9781682971437
Size: 10.6 in x 10.9 in / 269.24 mm x 276.86 mm

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