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THE ALL NEW WOODWORKING FOR KIDS

THE ALL NEW WOODWORKING FOR KIDS
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The All-New Woodworking for Kids takes an already popular book and gives it more: more projects children will love and more information in an expanded introductory section on tools, materials, techniques, and safety. Plus, this invaluable guide—one of the rare woodworking volumes created especially for kids—has been completely redesigned with thoroughly contemporary photographs. Of the nearly 40 projects included, 15 are brand-new and 25 have been redesigned. So now it’s even easier and more fun for kids to handmake a bench for their own workshop, create a DVD storage cube that spins, build a doggie diner, or craft adjustable stilts, a box with a secret drawer, and many other long-lasting items.

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