Sneaky Uses for Everyday Things, Revised Edition
Most people have a junk drawer or two or boxes of this and that in the garage or laundry room filled with little things that might be useful someday. Well, someday may finally be here. This little (4.9 x 0.5 x 7 inches) book has nearly fifty projects that can be easily built with things like paper clips, creamer cup lids, the tongue from an old running shoe, twist ties, aluminum foil, old toys, milk, baking soda, lemon juice, and more. All you need is a few simple tools and a little time and patience. The books is divided into five parts: “Sneaky Tricks and Gimmicks,” “Sneaky Gadgets and Gizmos,” “Security Gadgets and Gizmos,” “Sneaky Survival Techniques,” and “Sneaky STEM Magnet and Motor Projects.” Each project has a quick write-up with instructions, parts and tools needed, and simple drawings to show the way. The writing has a friendly, casual tone and is easy to follow along to successfully complete projects. Anyone who has a child in elementary or middle school facing a science fair or anyone who camps or even just putters around the house will enjoy owning this book and will find it fun and useful.
|Page Count||192 pages|
|Publisher||Andrews McMeel Publishing|
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|Category||Crafts & Hobbies|