Schoenbrun is an accomplished puppeteer as well as an author and illustrator. Detailed illustrations, color photographs, patterns, and complete directions for creating twenty different projects are included in this volume. The creations require no extradinordinary skills and can easily be completed by most middle grade children with adult supervision. Perhaps best of all, the projects are cost efficient, being made largely from recycled materials. The basics of puppet creation and how to write and present an original puppet show are covered clearly and concisely and will encourage users to branch out and design and create their own masterpieces. Teachers and librarians will enjoy sharing these designs with children and will find them to be a springboard for creativity.
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