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The Everything Book: A Treasury of Things to Make and Do

by Eleanor Graham Vance

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What a fine score for my collection! Beautifully illustrated first edition hardback full of loving advice about how grandmas and children can enjoy projects to make and do. The page about decorating Easter eggs has a tape mark, which is too bad. But it makes me think someone used the book to try out the project, thereby making this collectible edition even more adorable. The Seventies were a simpler and gentler time than today's super connected world, but this book so reminds me of the D I Y movement. The more things change, the more they stay the same. ( )
  KaterinaBead | Mar 25, 2015 |
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