How to make Puppets - A Ladybird Book

£2.99

Product description

Fourth of eight titles in Series 633 of Ladybird books on hobbies and interests written for the practically-minded child. All the puppets described can be quickly and easily made, with most of the materials required being found around the house. Illustrated with colour photographs by Tim Clark.

Dark pink matt-finished boards with colour picture and light blue lettering on white background to front cover; original price 60p net stated on rear cover.

Very good condition for a second-hand book: very light edge-wear to covers and spine with light bumping to bottom corners of covers and spine ends; very light slanting to spine, light bowing to front cover along fore edge, very light surface creasing to rear cover at bottom edge, sticker damage and residue to rear cover partially filled with red ink, very light soiling to covers, very light rubbing to rear cover; erased pencil markings to rear endpapers, otherwise internally fine.

Item details

Author(s):
Stockwell, Alan and Brenda
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
First published 1978, reprinted c. 1982.
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0721405126
ISBN-13:
9780721405124
Number of pages:
51
Publisher:
Ladybird Books
Title:
How to make Puppets

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Fourth of eight titles in Series 633 of Ladybird books on hobbies and interests written for the practically-minded child. All the puppets described can be quickly and easily made, with most of the materials required being found around the house. Illustrated with colour photographs by Tim Clark.

Dark pink matt-finished boards with colour picture and light blue lettering on white background to front cover; original price 60p net stated on rear cover.

Very good condition for a second-hand book: very light edge-wear to covers and spine with light bumping to bottom corners of covers and spine ends; very light slanting to spine, light bowing to front cover along fore edge, very light surface creasing to rear cover at bottom edge, sticker damage and residue to rear cover partially filled with red ink, very light soiling to covers, very light rubbing to rear cover; erased pencil markings to rear endpapers, otherwise internally fine.

Author(s):
Stockwell, Alan and Brenda
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
First published 1978, reprinted c. 1982.
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0721405126
ISBN-13:
9780721405124
Number of pages:
51
Publisher:
Ladybird Books
Title:
How to make Puppets

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