Similar in format and theme to Ross and Holm'sCrafts for Kwanzaa (1994), their new books offers more craft ideas for this African American celebration. From decorations to gifts, from bookmarks to coasters, the projects involve relatively inexpensive materials, though a trip to the craft store may be necessary to stock up on items such as "pony beads," pipe cleaners, and sticky-back magnets. Each simple craft idea is laid out in one, two, or three fully illustrated pages and includes a list of materials, step-by-step directions, and a look at the finished product. Colourful drawings and decorative borders brighten the pages. Carolyn Phelan
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