By Susan Varley
The story of a liable, trustworthy and worthy badger who realises that his previous age will quickly bring about loss of life. His acquaintances learn how to come to phrases along with his demise in a fascinating story. With complete color illustrations all through.
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The members of the club were Elly Irvine, Seth Irvine, Margaret Loney, Laura Burns, Bethany Martin, Johanna Martin, Aaron Schneider, Isaac Schneider, Erin Scheel and Angie Wray. I would also like to thank my Grade 5 class 1989/90 at Keppel-Sarawak School, Owen Sound, Canada, for their ideas and enthusiasm. Many thanks to my own children and husband, who were very supportive and patient during the writing of this book. A great thank you goes to my wonderful editors. My first editor, Val Wyatt, helped in the creative development of the manuscript.
Tape Clear tape can be used to secure light paper. With larger or heavier projects, you should use masking tape. Stapler When attaching light pieces of cardboard, carefully use a stapler. Brass Fasteners These are available at stationery or business supply stores. Ruler Use a ruler for making any measurements. A ruler is especially necessary when making your own boxes. Twist-ties Twist-ties can be used to strengthen moving parts. They can also be used to join boxes together. String Boxes can be joined together with heavy string.
Use your dioramas for: School projects: You can create a diorama to go with a story, research or a science project. A centrepiece: Put it in the middle of your table or on a shelf. Part Three Fun and Games This chapter has lots of fun outside activities that you can do with a group. You and your friends can get together and run a penny carnival, set up a mini-golf course, build forts with message systems or build an obstacle course. For this chapter, you will need lots of boxes. Each time you have an empty cereal or tissue box, save it.