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6 books from the Ladybird Hobbies series 633

£29.99

Product description

All in very good condition

Learning to Sew
"The simple text and clear, colourful illustrations of this book will make learning to sew a pleasure. The reader is taken step by step through the beginning of sewing and at each stage a useful article can be made which aids to the sense of achievement."

Learning about Heraldry
"This clearly written and beautifully illustrated book tells about the fascinating subject of heraldry, which is concerned not only with the romantic chivalry of the past but is also a very colourful part of our life today."

Indoor Gardening
"Indoor gardening is a fascinating subject for children as well as adults. This book shows how easily endless interest and pleasure - as well as gratifying results can be obtained."

Coarse Fishing
"Angling is one of the most popular of hobbies. Nowadays, some people say it is pointless because anglers no longer kill and take home their catch. They return it alive to the water. But ask any angler why he does it, and in no uncertain terms he will tell you the reasons. We hope you will have discovered these reasons by the end of the book."

Toys and Games to make
"Here is another Ladybird book which will keep children happily occupied for many hours. All materials needed are simple, inexpensive and readily available."
Things to make include:
A knitting machine
A dancing doll
A working tractor
A cargo boat
A periscope
Moving pictures
and more...

Things to Make
"Here is a book which provides 24 safe and fascinating answers to the questions ask on occasions - "Mummy what can I do ?" Using simple, inexpensive and readily available materials this will keep children occupied for hours."

Includes a toy snake, a decorated plate, a wonderful diver, a flowerpot holder, a necklace of paper beads, a miniature garden, pattern printing with a potato, and more...

Item details

Author(s):
Sew: Noreen Davis. Heraldry: A E Priestley. Gardening: J Griffin-King. Fishing: N Scott. Toys: James Webster. Things: Mia F Richey.
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Hardback
Publisher:
Wills & Hepworth (Ladybird)

Standard UK Delivery £3.95 per order

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About this item

All in very good condition

Learning to Sew
"The simple text and clear, colourful illustrations of this book will make learning to sew a pleasure. The reader is taken step by step through the beginning of sewing and at each stage a useful article can be made which aids to the sense of achievement."

Learning about Heraldry
"This clearly written and beautifully illustrated book tells about the fascinating subject of heraldry, which is concerned not only with the romantic chivalry of the past but is also a very colourful part of our life today."

Indoor Gardening
"Indoor gardening is a fascinating subject for children as well as adults. This book shows how easily endless interest and pleasure - as well as gratifying results can be obtained."

Coarse Fishing
"Angling is one of the most popular of hobbies. Nowadays, some people say it is pointless because anglers no longer kill and take home their catch. They return it alive to the water. But ask any angler why he does it, and in no uncertain terms he will tell you the reasons. We hope you will have discovered these reasons by the end of the book."

Toys and Games to make
"Here is another Ladybird book which will keep children happily occupied for many hours. All materials needed are simple, inexpensive and readily available."
Things to make include:
A knitting machine
A dancing doll
A working tractor
A cargo boat
A periscope
Moving pictures
and more...

Things to Make
"Here is a book which provides 24 safe and fascinating answers to the questions ask on occasions - "Mummy what can I do ?" Using simple, inexpensive and readily available materials this will keep children occupied for hours."

Includes a toy snake, a decorated plate, a wonderful diver, a flowerpot holder, a necklace of paper beads, a miniature garden, pattern printing with a potato, and more...

Author(s):
Sew: Noreen Davis. Heraldry: A E Priestley. Gardening: J Griffin-King. Fishing: N Scott. Toys: James Webster. Things: Mia F Richey.
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Hardback
Publisher:
Wills & Hepworth (Ladybird)

Delivery & returns

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Outside Europe: £11.50

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