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Book Description
Illustrated in black and white throughout, with 114 diagrams. Ideas for teaching children all kinds of skills through play, from gentle pastimes such as making a sprig of flowers out of wool or making dolls' furniture to the less gentle pursuits like constructing a megaphone or a catapult. Ann MacBeth was an associate of the Scottish designer, Charles Rennie Mackintosh and was the head of the Embroidery department at the Glasgow School of Art, from 1908 to 1921. 4th edition, first published 1918 A Sotheby's 'Chatsworth Attic Sale, 5-7 October 2010' label is affixed inside front cover
Author Ann MacBeth
Date 1924
Binding Original publisher's blue cloth, lettered and decorated in black on front cover
Publisher Methuen & Co Ltd

Price: £25.00

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