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Making Mad Machines (Why Throw It Away?)

by Jen Green

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0749607416, Hardcover)

This series looks at the creativity and enjoyment that can be obtained from everyday household objects. The fun projects are simple to make and the materials are almost all recycled. This book shows how household materials that would otherwise be thrown away can be re-used to make models of ships, cars, boats and other machines.

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Presents step-by-step instructions for making models of planes, cars, and other machines using wire, rubber bands, and other household items.

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