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Nature's Art Box: From t-shirts to twig baskets, 65 cool projects for crafty kids to make with…

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Take your child’s creativity outside! Laura C. Martin offers 65 art projects that kids can make with materials found right in their backyard. There’s no limit to the imaginative possibilities as children mix paints from colorful flower blossoms, dig…
The Lawn Bible: How To Keep It Green, Groomed, And Growing Every Season Of The Year

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Now you can have green grass right in your own backyard, thanks to David Mellor, master groundskeeper of Boston's Fenway Park. Everyone wants a green lawn, but how do you actually get one? Bags of fertilizer? Weed killer Sod? What about mowing? Everyone knows…
See and Sew: A Sewing Book for Children

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When Tina Davis published"Look and Cook," she got thousands of kids in front of the stove and hooked on cooking as they enjoyed the results of their newfound skills. With this wonderful new companion book, she'll move kids from the kitchen to the living room,…
Tails from the Barkside: True Stories From The Family Dog Files

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America's premier dog trainers for the past 25 years--and authors of "Good Owners, Great Dogs"--present a heartwarming, humorous, and touching collection of true tales of remarkable canines. Illustrations throughout.
Measure Twice, Cut Once: Lessons From a Master Carpenter

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Norm Abram is America's most famous master carpenter, appearing in The New Yankee Workshop and This Old House. In this book, Abram presents a series of sixty lessons for carpenters of all levels of expertise.
If Only You Knew How Much I Smell You: True Portraits of Dogs

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This collection teams up dog portraits by Valerie Shaff and verse by humorist Roy Blount Jr., to give an original portrayal of what dogs really think.