Best Activities, Crafts & Games Books for 12 Year Olds

Here are the top 30 activities, crafts & games books for 12 year olds. Please click Read Review to read book reviews on Amazon. You can also click Find in Library to check book availability at your local library. If the default library is not correct, please follow Change Local Library to reset it.

1. The Wonderful Colorful Wonder Wheel of Color: Activities, Stickers, Poster & More

by: Lynn KoolishKerry GrahamMary Wruck
Release date: Jun 01, 2014
Number of Pages: 80
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The Wonderful Colorful Wonder Wheel of Color teaches basic color theory by engaging kids with more than 20 activities, worksheets, stickers, quizzes, and games. Kids will learn how to create, mix, and match color to use in crafting, decorating, and more. They’ll learn how to use the color wheel and apply their knowledge to create new color schemes. The book also includes a 2-sided color wheel pullout poster, Certificate of COLOR-ology, and bonus sewing project.

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Children’s Books > Arts, Music & Photography

2. Traditional Japanese Fashions Paper Dolls (Dover Paper Dolls)

by: Ming-Ju Sun
Release date: May 07, 2003
Number of Pages: 32
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The graceful lines and brilliant hues of traditional Japanese fashions — prominent among them the kimono — abound in this elegant paper doll collection.
Two female figures are waiting to be garbed in formal court dress of the Ashikaga period (1338-1573), as well as a pleated trouser skirt, kimonos with floral and bird designs, a traditional Japanese bridal dress, and modern formal robes. An array of hairstyles and footwear accompany the costumes.
A lovely, authentic wardrobe that will delight paper doll fans, this collection will also be welcomed by costume designers, fashion historians, and anyone interested in Japanese culture.
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Children’s Books > Activities, Crafts & Games > Activity Books

3. I Climbed Aboard a London Bus: A Poetry and Colouring Adventure by Squidoodle

by: Ben RileySteve Turner
Release date: Mar 14, 2016
Number of Pages: 52
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I Climbed Aboard A London Bus – A Poetry and Colouring Adventure.

  • Twenty Unique Original Poems!
  • Twenty three hand drawn illustrations to color in!
  • Each page printed on a separate sheet to avoid bleeding through to the next! 

Twenty fun children’s poems accompanied by charming illustrations to colour in spread out over twenty-three single sided pages.I Climbed Aboard a London Bus is the first collaborative effort by poet Ben Riley and doodle illustrator Steve Squidoodle Turner.
These funny, quirky and delightful poems, from the imaginative mind of Ben Riley have been brought to life with exciting and detailed illustrations from colouring book author and artist Steve Squidoodle Turner.
Charming poems such as The Hungry Hippopotamus, I Climbed Aboard a London Bus, Hairy Mary, Juicy Revenge and Don’t Lose Your Head will entertain kids of all ages, and the best part is, they can colour the characters and scenarios they have just read, in their own style.The pictures are taken from the hand drawn illustrations by acclaimed colouring book creator Steve Squidoodle Turner – no computer generated images here, these are all from pen drawings.A couple of the poems are over two pages, giving you more to colour. Printed on single sides, so that if you use pens, it won’t bleed through to the next drawing.
We do recommend using a separate blank page underneath the drawing you are colouring to save the next picture if you choose to use sharpies or felt tip pens.At the end of the book there is a spare page where you can write your own poem and an illustration to accompany it.

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Children’s Books > Literature & Fiction > Poetry

4. Alhambra Stained Glass Coloring Book (Dover Design Stained Glass Coloring Book)

by: Nick Crossling
Release date: Feb 29, 2008
Number of Pages: 32
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Be inspired by the world’s most magnificent geometric designs! This collection of boldly rendered illustrations — adapted directly from the interiors of Spain’s ancient Alhambra — explodes with imaginative, interlocking shapes. Add color to dancing hexagons, spinning stars, and revolving triangles. Then place near a bright light source and give these historic Arabesque motifs — customized by your choice of creative media — an amazing stained glass glow.
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5. American Family of the 1930s Paper Dolls

by: Tom Tierney
Release date: Apr 01, 1991
Number of Pages: 32
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Meticulously rendered version of an upper middle class family includes 10 dolls 

— spanning 3 generations — and 30 different costumes: single-breasted suits, cuffed slacks and tuxedos for the men; ankle-length dresses, casual skirt, bobby socks and saddle shoes for the ladies and more. Descriptive notes. 16 plates.
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Children’s Books > Activities, Crafts & Games > Activity Books

6. Chalk on the Wild Side: More than 25 chalk art projects, recipes, and creative activities for adults and children to explore together (Art Camp)

by: Lorie King KaehlerDonna Starry
Release date: Feb 01, 2016
Number of Pages: 144
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Playing with chalk has never been so fun–or so messy!

Chalk on the Wild Side is the second title in Art Camp, an art series geared toward adults who want to engage in creative play with the children in their lives. Designed to introduce young artists to a variety of art methods and techniques in fun, fresh, and inviting new ways, this addition to the series encourages parents and their kids to play outdoors with an assortment of chalk recipes and interactive games and activities. The first half of the book details a bevy of chalk recipes, from glow-in-the-dark chalk, fizzing chalk, and scented chalk to chalk foam, chalk goo paint, and ice chalk. Readers will then discover a variety of activities and ways to use their favorite chalk recipes. From classic games to 3D chalk projects such as chalk volcanoes, chalk powder bombs, chalk rockets, chalk hair dye, and more, parents and children alike will be delighted by the multitude of exciting ideas. Playing with chalk has never been so fun–or so messy! Chalk on the Wild Side offers parents an opportunity to allow their children the freedom to express themselves in colorful, new ways–with a medium that easily washes away clean.

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Arts & Photography > Drawing

7. Horse Play!: 25 Crafts, Party Ideas & Activities for Horse-Crazy Kids

by: Deanna F. CookKatie Craig
Release date: May 31, 2016
Number of Pages: 68
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A treasure trove of fun for every horse-loving girl! Horse Play! is packed with great activities and projects, from crafting a mini barn and pasture to designing your dream horse, sewing a pony pillow, making a shelf for model horses, and coloring a pull-out poster. Quizzes, checklists, and fill-in-the-blanks invite you to test your knowledge of horses, breeds, riding, and horse care. And this kit-in-a-book also includes stickers, a stencil, pop-out cards, and complete plans for a Horsing-Around party with games, invitations, a horse pinata, party grub, and must-watch horse movies!
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Children’s Books > Animals > Horses

8. Cut and Make Cat Masks in Full Color (Cut-Out Masks)

by: Evelyn Gathings
Release date: Aug 01, 1988
Number of Pages: 32
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Ten easy-to-make Victorian cat masks: Persian Princess, Flower Girl, Pete the Pirate, Marie Antoinette, Gypsy Cat, Billy the Cat, Indian Chief, Red Cross Nurse, Circus Clown, and Major General.
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Children’s Books > Activities, Crafts & Games > Activity Books > Cut & Assemble

9. A Different Book

by: Delisa Jessica
Release date: Mar 09, 2014
Number of Pages: 36
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The kids book without pictures! Who says a kid’s book needs pictures to be fun?

A Different Book delivers a fun, colorful, interactive way to read a traditional book. The message is – it’s fun to be different. 

Beyond the message, you can also help your child learn to follow directions while reading the book in a unique way. It does get tricky, which is the fun part. The physical end of the book is really the middle and the end of the reading is found in the middle.  
*Spoiler alert * there is an upside down flip.

Check out the author’s page to see a video of a reading (just click on the author’s name under the title at the top of the page).
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Children’s Books > Growing Up & Facts of Life > Friendship, Social Skills & School Life > Self-Esteem & Self-Respect

10. Fairytales & Daydreams: a coloring adventure

by: Angela Traunig
Release date: Jun 03, 2016
Number of Pages: 72
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Explore a fantasy world of fairytales and daydreams! This new coloring book by Angela Traunig contains 30 one-sided original illustrations. Let your curiosity take you to the Himalayas to visit a Buddhist temple. Dive under the ocean to discover a mermaid castle. Float away on a hot air balloon ride with a whimsical narwhal! Stretch your imagination and enjoy endless hours of coloring fun.
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Children’s Books > Activities, Crafts & Games > Activity Books > Coloring Books

11. Tara’s Coloring Book

by: Jonathan LandawAndy WeberNigel Wellings
Release date: Jun 15, 1979
Number of Pages: 32
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A book of twelve exquisite line drawings of some of the most famous figures from Tibetan iconography. Shakyamuni Buddha, Chenrezig, Tara, Manjushri, and others are presented, together with scenes selected from their stories and explanation of their meaning. Detailed guidance is provided by the artists. A fine and fun learning and practice tool. For all ages.
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Children’s Books > Arts, Music & Photography

12. We Love Foxes! Children’s Book of Fun, Fascinating Facts and Amazing Pictures (Animal Habitats)(Foxes Book)(Early Learning) (Adventure & Education Kids Ebooks for Early & Beginner Readers 2)

by: Ellie Potter
Release date: Apr 28, 2015
Number of Pages: 28
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We Love Foxes!

Foxes are fascinating animals – very intelligent, social, flexible and adaptable. We often assume we know all about them but the truth is these amazing animals are often misunderstood and there are lots of curious fox facts people don’t know or often forget.

Did you know that…
– Foxes are wonderful parents
– Foxes have whiskers on their feet
– Foxes can climb trees
– Foxes love to play

Learn all this and so much more in this amazing educational picture book that is sure to capture the attention of young children and encourage them to learn and explore animals’ lives in the wild and in captivity!
Primary school teacher and busy mom Ellie Potter believes strongly that the best way for children to learn new things is by playing games and having fun, but most importantly, by creating opportunities for them to use their imagination. Her commitment to education together with her extensive teaching exprience find expression in her informative and fun-filled Educational Animal Books Series.

Scroll up, GRAB A COPY TODAY and curl up next to your little one for a short and sweet bedtime story. Don’t miss a wonderful opportunity to affirm your children’s natural compassion toward animals and teach them to appreciate the wonders of Mother Nature.

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Children’s Books > Animals > Foxes & Wolves

13. 101 Things to Do While You Poo: Activities, puzzles, games, jokes, and toilet-paper crafts to keep you busy while you do your BUSINESS! – Includes Pull-out Poster!

by: Courtney SanchezG L Moore
Release date: Apr 25, 2016
Number of Pages: 176
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101 Things to Do While You Poo encourages children to take however long they need to do their business–and stay entertained in the process!

Continuing the humorous and interactive 101 Things series, 101 Things to Do While You Poo features brainteasers, mazes, fun facts, jokes, and crafts that can all be done while doing your “business” in the bathroom. From toilet-paper crafts and origami to irreverent jokes, brain-training games and puzzles, and wow-worthy “did you knows” and trivia, children will spend hours wiling away the time on the toilet. 101 Things to Do While You Poo encourages children to make the most of their private time by learning more than 100 bathroom-themed games, crafts, jokes, and riddles that will make even the most straight-laced parent crack a smile. Take however long you need to do your business–and stay entertained in the process!

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Children’s Books > Arts, Music & Photography

14. Creative Haven Butterflies and Blossoms Stained Glass Coloring Book (Adult Coloring)

by: Carol Schmidt
Release date: Oct 22, 2014
Number of Pages: 32
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With the addition of color and light, these flowers and butterflies will bloom with brilliant life. Sixteen illustrations feature winged beauties amid roses, orchids, and other blossoms. Pages are perforated for easy removal and display — hold them up to a light source and they will glow with color. Specially designed for experienced colorists, Butterflies and Blossoms Stained Glass Coloring Book and other Creative Haven® adult coloring books offer an escape to a world of inspiration and artistic fulfillment. Each title is also an effective and fun-filled way to relax and reduce stress.
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Arts & Photography > Graphic Design > Techniques > Use of Color

15. Make Your Own T. Rex

by: DK
Release date: Aug 20, 2012
Number of Pages: 32
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From DK Publishing and Smithsonian. Make Your Own T. Rex combines everything you need to make a model Tyrannosaurus Rex with an exciting and informative book about dinosaurs.

The model comprises 80 sturdy photographic “bones” that press out from 11 boards and slot together without the need for glue — so there’s no waste and no excess packaging. In addition to containing clear step-by-step instructions of how to build the Tyrannosaurus Rex model while exploring the anatomy, the book also explores behavior, and the environment of the perennially popular prehistoric reptiles.

Over 2 feet long when assembled, the model is based on a real Tyrannosaurus Rex skeleton and is easy to build following the step-by-step instructions in the book. While focusing on different dinosaur anatomy for each stage of constructing the model, the book also answers questions like “why did some dinosaurs stand upright while others walked on all fours?”, “why did dinosaurs have different horns and frills?”, and “what was the world like when dinosaurs ruled the earth?”

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Children’s Books > Animals > Dinosaurs

16. Paper Zoo

by: Oscar Sabini
Release date: Oct 06, 2015
Number of Pages: 20
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This ingenious and charming activity book makes it possible for anybody, ages three and up, to create colorful animal collages. Young artists tear apart decorated sheets of patterned paper, either their own or those found in the back of the book, paste them onto blank cards, also provided, and then slip them into the book’s cleverly designed paper pockets with eight different animal-shaped windows, including a roaring lion, a splashing hippo, a colorful toucan, a trumpeting elephant, a snapping crocodile, a naughty monkey, a dashing bear, and a group portrait!
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Children’s Books > Animals

17. Playful Designs Coloring Book: 18 Fun Designs + See How Colors Play Together + Creative Ideas

by: Patty Young
Release date: Dec 07, 2014
Number of Pages: 40
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Coloring has never been this creative. Get inspired with 18 fantastical designs that you can color or draw or paint all day. Add your own flair with pens, pencils, crayons, markers, or paint. Learn how colors go together, and then try out new color combinations. Decorate your room, your binder, or your locker with finished pages, or give them to friends. Collect the whole series!
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Children’s Books > Arts, Music & Photography

18. African Punch-Out Masks

by: A. G. SmithJosie Hazen
Release date: Mar 01, 1994
Number of Pages: 12
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Children will experience the magic and excitement of Africa with these exciting punch-out masks. Features 6 masks, including a hyena mask, a Bateke mask and Bakuba dance mask — all ideal for parties, Halloween fun scouting programs and much more. No scissors needed for assembly.
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Children’s Books > Activities, Crafts & Games > Activity Books > Cut & Assemble

19. Big Book of Building (Imagine It, Build It)

by: Marne Ventura
Release date: Sep 01, 2015
Number of Pages: 144
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Grab some paper, cardboard, duct tape, and other materials and get ready to blast away boredom! Inventive young builders will love creating awesome projects such as treasure chests, tin can robots, space stations, swords and armor, and a whole lot more. With easy to follow step-by-step instructions, readers will be building their own fantastic projects in no time!
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Children’s Books > Arts, Music & Photography

20. Free Realms: How to Draw Free Realms’ Heroes and Villains

by: ScholasticRon Zalme
Release date: Nov 01, 2010
Number of Pages: 32
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Welcome to the exciting and magical world of Free Realms – the online adventure game that is a global sensation!

There are tons of exciting characters and creatures in Free Realms. Now you can learn to draw them all! Inside this book are step-by-step instructions on sketching all of the heroes and villains of the Free Realms world-including Queen Valerian, Blackthorn, Chatdy, Bob the Rob Goblin, and Chugawugs and Thugawugs!

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Children’s Books > Arts, Music & Photography > Art > Drawing

21. Cut & Assemble a Victorian Cottage: An Easy-to-Make Paper Model (Cut & Assemble Buildings in H-O Scale)

by: Edmund V. Gillon Jr.
Release date: Jan 18, 2017
Number of Pages: 16
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This marvelous replica of a typical Victorian cottage, selected from an 1880 sourcebook of residential designs for prospective home builders, re-creates a Queen Anne-style residence. Hardly a “cottage” in the modern sense, this type of house was ideally suited to seaside locations: the deep wraparound porch provided protective shade and ample space for enjoying the sea views. The projecting roof eaves shaded the upper floors from the midday sun, while the recessed porch and second-floor balcony caught the sea breezes and created cooling cross ventilation.
Now model builders can construct an exact replica of this authentic, attractive structure. Step-by-step instructions and detailed diagrams provide simple directions for cutting, folding, gluing, and assembling a full-color model. The cottage features olive clapboard siding with yellow trim and stained-glass dormer windows, gray slate roof, and rich orange-brown latticework at ground level. A hammock hung on the side porch adds a charming final touch to this sprawling Victorian classic.
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Children’s Books > Activities, Crafts & Games > Games

22. The Miss O & Friends Book of Fabulous Fun: “Cool Stuff to Make, Recipes, Quizzes, and More!”

by: Miss OJuliette HarlieDevra Newberger Speregen
Release date: Sep 01, 2006
Number of Pages: 96
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Miss O and Friends is the hottest new license for tweens from eight to 12–and Watson-Guptill’s got the books! Trendier than American Girl, more wholesome than Bratz, these five diverse girls are the perfect role models for today’s tweens.

The Miss O and Friends Book of Fabulous Fun introduces readers to the girls–Miss O, Harlie, Justine, Isabella, and Juliette–and their individual interests. Each chapter revolves around one girl, with projects, activities, tips, and fun extras to draw the reader into her world. Scrapbooking tips from Justine, a DIY tank top project from Harlie, the downlow on publishing your own zine from Juliette, and recipes from Miss O herself–it’s fabulous, it’s fun, and it’s available only from Watson-Guptill.

• The Miss O website, http://www.missoandfriends.com, receives more unique visitors than Bratz, Trollz, Barbie, Hello Kitty and many others—nearly 1 billion hits!

• Girls around the world gather to play games, create, learn, get advice and information, compare experiences, get published and much more—all within a safe non-chat environment

• Tie-in with hot new Miss O characters, seen in Meijer’s, Claire’s, and other top retailers

• Great for ages 8-12

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Children’s Books > Arts, Music & Photography

23. The BFF Journal

by: Anita WoodJennifer Kalis
Release date: Mar 01, 2011
Number of Pages: 144
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How much do best friends really know about each other? The BFF Journal helps girls learn more about their best friend forever (BFF) while sharing their own thoughts and feelings on everything from the latest fashion or the cutest boy in school to their favorite chick flick!

Part scrapbook and part journal, this fun activity book is flled with hours of entertainment, and it can also become a keepsake to help girls remember their favorite childhood pastimes for years to come.

More than a boring old journal where writing ideas can be elusive, The BFF Journal is filled with colorful prompts, quizzes, and activities that provide girls hours of writing inspiration.

Activities & Prompts Include:
  • How would you describe your BFF’s personality?
  • Devise a secret greeting
  • Take turns giving each other a makeover. Take a picture or tell about it here.
  • Sister-Friends: Friends come and go, but sisters are forever. Write all about yours and what you love about her most.
  • Ghost Writer: Write a scary story to tell at your next sleepover.

Best friends share everything, and now they can share this journal. Girls can share their thoughts on one page and have their BFF express her thoughts on the other. Fun to trade and give as a gift, this little journal will keep girls dreaming, doodling, and imagining together!

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Children’s Books > Arts, Music & Photography

24. Cootie Catcher Art

by: Thomas Nelson
Release date: Feb 10, 2015
Number of Pages: 80
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Create your own colorful and individual cootie catchers with gorgeous results every time!

Cootie Catcher Art is a brand new title in the fantastic, popular series of fresh, fun, and original art books that inspire and delight kids of all ages. Use the theme on each spread as a starting point to create your own unique, funny, and beautiful cootie catcher designs. Add to the patterns, write messages and questions, and design your very own cootie catchers! Make stunning gifts with your own colors, patterns, an doodles. With helpful starting points and space to carry on your own designs, this book is sure to keep kids busy.

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Children’s Books > Arts, Music & Photography > Art > Drawing

25. Cut and Fold Paper Spaceships That Fly (Dover Children’s Activity Books)

by: Michael Grater
Release date: Mar 01, 1981
Number of Pages: 32
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Children of all ages will delight in this collection of 16 space-age gliders direct from the twenty first century. They’re easy to put together with scissors, tape, and a paper clip, and best of all — they really fly.With this book you can build and launch a whole fleet of colorful spacecraft: Orbital Zoom Glider; Intruder; Routefinder; Supercontinental; Space Searcher; Space Sentinel; Star Shuttle; Star Giant; Signal Link; Star Transporter; Space Ram; Star Probe; Skycat; Star Cruiser; Lunar Freighter; and Star Link.To assemble the space ships, just follow the simple step-by-step instruction and explanatory diagrams. Each ship has its own folding sequence, and folds are numbered to insure correct folding.
Cut and fold spaceships are fun to make and fly (helpful hints on flying are included) or they can be suspended on threads for room decorations. Either way, these spaceworthy fliers are sure to delight the countless young fans of Star Wars and Star Trek.
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Children’s Books > Literature & Fiction

26. Let’s Party! (What’s Your Style?) (What’s Your Style?)

by: Alison BellKun-Sung Chung
Release date: Dec 08, 2005
Number of Pages: 64
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Throwing a party is a great way to express your personality! Need ideas for your upcoming bash? Let’s Party! provides eight cool and complete party plans, which will reflect one’s own unique style, like the “Sensational Spa” and the “Spy Thriller Party.” With mix n’ match party ideas, quizzes, and personality-specific troubleshooting tips, Let’s Party! is the perfect guide for any aspiring hostess, whether she’s a control chick or an improv queen!
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Children’s Books > Arts, Music & Photography

27. Truly Me: Shine Bright: Discover your performance style with quizzes, activities, crafts and more!

by: Carrie Anton
Release date: May 21, 2015
Number of Pages: 64
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Celebrate your unique talents! Shine Bright is all about exploring what makes you extraordinary, whether you’re in or out of the spotlight. You’ll find fun ways to embrace your personal sparkle, from quizzes to exciting activities and crafts.
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Children’s Books > Arts, Music & Photography > Performing Arts

28. You’ve Got Spirit!: Cheers, Chants, Tips, and Tricks Every Cheerleader Needs to Know

by: Sara R. HuntLisa Perret
Release date: Jan 01, 2013
Number of Pages: 48
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Gooooooo team! Do you want to learn more about cheerleading? Or are you already a cheerleader? Either way, this is the book for you! You’ll find tips about everything from cheer gear and tryouts to snappy snacks and the perfect ponytail. Jump right into the sport of cheerleading!
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Children’s Books > Arts, Music & Photography

29. Angry Birds Friendship Bracelets

by: Rovio
Release date: Sep 15, 2014
Number of Pages: 96
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Now you can show off your Angry Birds personality with customized, handmade jewelry!

Learn to make eye-catching friendship bracelets while you get to know the characters of Angry Birds. Angry Birds Friendship Bracelets contains 50 different bracelet patterns. Using simple techniques and four basics knots, you can make bracelets personalized for any style.

Take the personality test to see which Angry Birds character you and your friends are most like! Then you can even create your own designs to show off your creativity.When you and your friends have matching bracelets, no one will wonder who is in your flock!

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Children’s Books > Arts, Music & Photography

30. Books for Kids: We Love Bears! Children’s Book of Fun, Fascinating Facts and Amazing Pictures: Picture Books for Children (Early and Beginner Readers)

by: Ellie Potter
Release date: Apr 20, 2015
Number of Pages: 32
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We Love Bears!

We all love bears and we often assume we know all about them. The truth is our favorite animals are often misunderstood and there are lots of amazing and curious bear facts people don’t know or often forget.
Did you know that…
– Bears are amazing moms
– Bears are really shy
– Bears communicate
– Polar bears can overheat

Learn all this and so much more in this amazing picture book that is sure to capture the attention of young children and encourage them to learn and explore animals’ lives in the wild and in captivity! This educational kids book is truly a must have collection to any bookshelf, library, classroom or eBook reader.
Primary school teacher and busy mom Ellie Potter believes strongly that the best way for children to learn new things is by playing games and having fun, but most importantly, by creating opportunities for them to use their imagination. Her commitment to education together with her extensive teaching exprience find expression in her informative and fun-filled Educational Animal Books Series.
Scroll up, GRAB A COPY TODAY and curl up next to your little one for a short and sweet bedtime story. Don’t miss a wonderful opportunity to affirm your child’s natural compassion toward animals and teach them to appreciate the wonders of Mother Nature.

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Children’s Books > Animals > Bears

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