Item description for Speed Toys for Boys (Woodworking Classics Revisited) by Armand J. LaBerge...
Overview Contains plans and instructions to make wheeled toys, wagons, scooters, and sleds.
Timeless projects appropriate for both boys and girls are presented in this reprint of a classic woodworking guide. Complete plans and instructions, many of which are simple enough for older children and teenagers to follow, are provided for constructing pushmobiles, sleds, and scooters. These nostalgic projects will appeal to grandparents looking to construct carts and wagons for their grandchildren, as well as hobbyist woodworkers.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.25" Width: 7.5" Height: 9.75" Weight: 0.5 lbs.
Release Date Apr 1, 2008
Publisher Linden Publishing
ISBN 1933502185 ISBN13 9781933502182
Availability 87 units. Availability accurate as of Oct 24, 2016 05:53.
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More About Armand J. LaBerge
A. J. LaBerge was the author of the "Boats, Airplanes, and Kites;""Woodworking for Fun; "and the first edition of this book, published in 1928.
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Originally published in 1928 (an era when pushmobile contests were popular among kids) Jul 12, 2008
Originally published in 1928 (an era when pushmobile contests were popular among kids), Speed Toys for Boys is a classic woodworking guide to crafting wheeled devices, including carts, scooters, pushmobiles and more. Straightforward instructions, specific material requirement lists, and black-and-white diagrams make the projects as accessible and easy-to-follow today as they were eighty years ago. An ideal resource for woodworking hobbyists and parents looking to share involved, hands-on crafting (and racing!) projects with their children.