This popular second book from Margaret Bloom is now out in a paperback edition (with flaps). Projects will capture your child’s imagination, from a daring dragon-riding marionette to a pretty butterfly garden mobile and a beautiful greenwood wall-hanging complete with dandelion fairy.
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These short yet sweet reviews appeared in Kindling: the Journal for Steiner Waldorf Early Childhood Care and Education, issue 27. Reviewed by Janni Nicol. Many thanks, Kindling.
Margaret Bloom’s recent blog tour with Making Peg Dolls & More was ten days of fun. Here, we round up our favourite moments as well as providing links to all the original posts.
Making Peg Dolls & More is currently one of our favourite books; it’s inventive, colourful and without a single boring moment.
Reviewed by Amber Greene on the 9th December. Do check out Amber’s fantastic blog; there’s a link at the bottom.
The lovely Juno Magazine has reviewed two of our titles in their current issue: lucky us!
Here is an extract from a review of Making Peg Dolls & More, which appeared on Zoe Toft’s delightful blog, Playing by the Book.
Making Peg Dolls & More is now available to buy, and we are rather enamoured of this lovely little trailer made by the author.