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This is a great book. I wasn't quite as fond of it as I was with "A simple screamer", but the information in it is golden. This book expands on the lessons of Mr. Reeder's first, showing methods for making smaller screamers, how to make fins and scales, plus listing some interesting and unusual projects with interesting alternatives for materials. As an added bonus, the book also shows how to impress upon your children a wealth of experiences for their future psychological counseling sessions. Having taken both of Mr. Reeder's books to heart, I am reminded of the first words my mother ever spoke to my wife (my girlfriend, at the time). She said, "By now, you've certainly noticed that my son is ... unique." I can see from this book and Mr. Reeder's previous one, that he is a man after my own heart. Be that as it may, it's still a great book for rainy day and class projects. I highly recommend it.
This book offers more details.The instructions are easy to follow. It gives great ideas for wonderful creatures. I teach Middle School Art and can't wait to share this book with my students! It's great!