Chinese Fashions by Ming-Ju Sun

By Ming-Ju Sun

Over 1,000 years of chinese language models for women and men are spotlighted during this exquisitely rendered coloring book--from a strapless high-waisted gown with a clear outer gown worn in the course of the Tang dynasty (a.d. 618-907) to a chic, knee-length sheath trimmed with a floral applique (late Republic). additionally integrated is clothing worn by way of army officers, students, musicians, highway proprietors, loved ones support, and different figures. Captions describe each one garment. Dover unique. forty three full-page black-and-white illustrations. Full-color illustrations on covers. advent. Captions.

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Don’t forget to empty the trashcan puppet into a real trash can when you are done playing! 75-cm) Styrofoam ball old Priority Mail box, envelope, or label tiny red pom-pom blue plastic twist cap from a soda bottle piece of red pipe cleaner 32 white craft glue Here is what you do: 1. Cut a 2-inch (5-cm) tall cup from the bottom of the bottle. This will be the dispenser. 5-cm) slit down the front of the dispenser. 2. Cut a strip of blue construction paper to line the dispenser. Glue the strip in place, making sure the two cut ends meet at the cut slit in the dispenser and do not block it.

Carefully rub a sheet of aluminum foil over the corrugated cardboard to take on the ridges and look like the side of a trash can. Trim the foil to exactly fit over the side of the bag and glue it in place. 4. Cut a 3- by 5-inch (8- by 13-cm) rectangle of red paper for the mouth of the puppet. 5. Fold the mouth in half so that it fits in the fold at the bottom of the bag. Round off the corners of the mouth. Glue the mouth in place, using glue only around the edges. 6. Cut a mouth opening through the center of the folded area of the mouth and through the bag.

Com Jan Barger, originally from Little Rock, Arkansas, now lives in Plumpton, East Sussex, England with her husband and their cocker spaniel, Tosca. She has written and illustrated a number of children’s books and is known for her gentle humor and warm, friendly characters. She also designs greeting cards, sings with the Brighton Festival Chorus and plays piccolo with the Sinfonia of Arun. Together, Kathy and Jan have written and illustrated the Learning is Fun series.

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