The Superstar Creativity Book by Melissa Fairley
With Games, Cut-Outs, Art Paper, Stickers, and Stencils

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New this season in Barron's growing list of Creativity Activity Books for kids is The Superstar Creativity Book, , filled with fun things for boys and girls to do. With crayons and pencils kids can design a cool look for a pop band, write funny lines for comic characters in speech balloons, learn new dance moves from a step diagram, and solve puzzles having pop star themes. All titles in the series feature--
Games, puzzles, stencils, sticker sheets, and an illustrated gatefold page for sticker decorating Special pull-out art paper and art projects to complete Pages for coloring Fun-to-answer quizzes

Illustrations on virtually every page include 40 pages in color.

About Melissa Fairley

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Ruth Thomas was born in Wellington, Somerset, England on January 4, 1927. She received degrees in English and education from Bristol University. She worked as a teacher until she accepted early retirement and started writing. Her first book, The Runaways, was published in 1987 and won the 1988 Guardian Children's Fiction Prize. Her other works include The New Boy, The Secret, Guilty, and Hideaway. She died on August 25, 2011 at the age of 84.
Published October 1, 2012 by Barron's Educational Series. 80 pages
Genres: Sports & Outdoors, Children's Books.

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and complete a quiz to determine “What kind of pop star are you?” Fairley’s activities offer a glossy and sometimes tongue-in-cheek glimpse at the entertainment industry (celebrity names include Peaches Rainbow, activities introduce quandaries like two superstars showing up wearing the same...

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