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Make Your Own Theatre: Cinderella by Clare Beaton
  

Make Your Own Theatre: Cinderella

Part of the Make Your Own Theatre S. Series

Synopsis

Make Your Own Theatre: Cinderella by Clare Beaton

Build your very own table-top model by folding out the back cover of these delightful activity books. Then colour in and cut out the figures to complete the scene. There are also facts and stories, extra creative craft projects and a simple glossary. Exceptionally easy-to-make, these books provide hours of creative fun and are extremely popular.

About the Author

Clare Beaton started her career with BBC children's television and her big, bold colourful art and craft work is popular with television producers, advertisers and for children's books. She has written and illustrated many children's books, particularly on craft.

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Book Info

Publication date

1st March 2007

Author

Clare Beaton

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Publisher

b small publishing limited

Format

Paperback
20 pages

Categories

Interactive & activity books & packs

ISBN

9781905710188

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