Kids can help preserve the environment by recycling egg cartons, empty bottles, and other discarded items into glove puppets, model airplanes, a toy robot, and other imaginative projects. Each activity features well-illustrated, easy-to-follow instructions that will result in hours of creative fun... read more
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Kids can help preserve the environment by recycling egg cartons, empty bottles, and other discarded items into glove puppets, model airplanes, a toy robot, and other imaginative projects. Each activity features well-illustrated, easy-to-follow instructions that will result in hours of creative fun—and some very funky junk!
Reprint of the Top That! Publishing plc, Woodbridge, United Kingdom, 2008 edition.