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CD: Paul Craft - Brother Jukebox (1998) Paul Craft, 1998
DVD & Blu-ray : Anne Of Avonlea (DVD, 2008) Joan Craft, 2008Following ANNE OF THE GREEN GABLES, this series covers the second chapter in the life of Anne Shirley. ANNE OF AVONLEA follows Anne from the age of 16 to 18, during the two years that she teaches at Avonlea school. It includes many of the characters...
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King Craft KCB800 Corded Drill
Panel Craft: Featuring Ford Cortina Mk.1 Bodyshell Restoration by Tommy San...
The Spoons Murder and Other Mysteries by Con O'Drisceoil (Hardback, 2006)
Introduction to Printing: Craft of Letterpress by Herbert Simon (Hardback, ...
Book: Dough Craft by Petra Boase (Paperback, 2003) Create fun projects using salt dough, made from basic ingredients found in the kitchen cupboard - try a colourful frame or a bowl to keep sweets in. This is an ideal rainy day book for five to seven year olds, with 25 projects to suit all abilities.
Book: Rag Rugs: Techniques in Contemporary Craft Projects by Juju Vail (Hardback,... Hooked rugs are made with a pile surface created by hooks, punchers, shuttle hooks or locker needle hooks using a variety of materials. This guide explains the techniques needed to make these rugs and contains a list of projects to either follow or...
Book: Painting & Decorating NVQ Level 2 Student Book: The Only Painting and Decor... A visual resource for students providing training in construction crafts. It covers the Craft Certificate requirements, giving information that students need to pass their exam, with exam style multiple-choice assessment questions, which provide...
Book: The Craft of Writing Poetry by Alison Chisholm (Paperback, 1998) The advice in this writer's guide is basic and practical: rhythm and metre; rhyme and free verse; classical forms; and vocabulary and the special grammar of poetry. The book analyzes the whole formation of the poem in detail.
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