Shane, L.
June 2005
Scholastic Parent & Child;Jun-Aug2005, Vol. 12 Issue 6, p9
The article presents one of the parents' experience of the interactive Chicken Socks books from Klutz, that make the perfect portable project for his 4-year-old daughter, who loves Totally Tape and Amazing Laces. The tape is easy to tear, stick, and then redo. The coolest thing about the lacing book is that when the child laces one side of a card, it matches the pictures printed on the other side.


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