I am inspired to create after reading PUPPET PLAY. I have no sewing skills, but I am convinced that PUPPET PLAY can turn me into a creative sewer in no time. The easy to follow directions, along with the colorful pictures will make creating a puppet pal a snap! I love to do projects with my kids and create projects for my classroom as well. I seem to run out of neat and creative ideas. PUPPET PLAY is filled with great ideas that my kids will love and that are applicable for the classroom. There nothing better than finishing reading a craft book feeling both inspired and not completely overwhelmed. In PUPPET PLAY you use items that you have in the house, which is a win-win....use old stuff and create something cool. I cannot wait to find a holey sock, a sad glove or a leg warmer to turn into a puppet pal. I have a feeling you will feel the same way. PUPPET PLAY with bring you and your kids together. Check it out when it is released TOMORROW!
Have fun and go green with Diana Schoenbrun's Puppet Play: 20 Puppet Projects Made with Recycled Mittens, Towels, Socks, and More. A puppet builder, an illustrator, and an author, Schoenbrun presents 20 puppet projects made with recycled materials easily found around the house.
A lonely sock becomes a wizard puppet. A glove without a mate turns into five little pig puppets. And that tired dishtowel transforms into a lively banjo player puppet--all at very little cost. Diana Schoenbrun's easy-to-follow directions are accompanied by how-to illustrations. Also included are full-color photographs of puppets, as well as a chapter that guides children through creating and presenting their own puppet show. So, the next time the dryer eats a single sock, get crafty, go green, and go play with Puppet Play.